Prostate Cancer Awareness Month

September marks a month for recognizing Prostate Cancer, the second leading killer among men in the United States. The hope for September’s Awareness is to educate everyone about this disease in hopes that men will get the necessary testing for early detection.

According to the American Cancer Society, you should talk to your doctor about testing starting at age 50. If you have a family member who had prostate cancer before the age of 65, you should have this talk starting at age 45. For more information from the American Cancer Society and PSA testing, visit Prostate Cancer: Early Detection.

Contact The Prostate Center

211 South Gulph Rd. Suite 200
King of Prussia, PA 19406

Phone: 610-382-5900
Fax: 610-382-5919

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Thursday July 19, 2018

On June 3, 2018, Academic Urology sponsored its ninth Survivors Day celebration. Approximately 400 patients and family members came together to celebrate.

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Sunday June 4, 2017

Over 400 people--patients and family members--joined physicians and staff from the Academic Urology Prostate Center and Fox Chase Cancer Center Medical Group on June 4th at the Valley Forge Casino & Resort in King of Prussia to mark the annual National Cancer Survivors’ Day.

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Monday July 25, 2016

Almost 400 people—patients and family members—joined physicians and staff from the Academic Urology Prostate Center on June 5 at the Presidential Catering center in East Norriton to mark the annual National Cancer Survivors’ Day.

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