Free Prostate Cancer Screening & Educational Event

PSA Only
(Blood Draw Only)

April 16th, 2011
8:00 a.m. to 5:00 p.m.

HMG Health & Fitness Expo
ASU Convocation Center
217 Olympic Dr
Jonesboro, AR

Open to the public.

For Questions, call:
Lauren Talbot at (501) 748-1205

About the Arkansas Prostate Cancer Foundation

The Arkansas Prostate Cancer Foundation, an independent public charity, was founded by six prostate cancer survivors and an advisory committee of physicians in February 2000. The Foundation’s mission is to promote awareness, encourage timely detection and support improved treatment of prostate cancer in Arkansas. The Foundation sponsors free prostate cancer screenings and educational events at sites throughout the state and provides support through the PEER NETWORK, which consists of survivors and survivor-mentors. For more information visit or call at 1-800-338-1383.
About Prostate Cancer
Prostate cancer is diagnosed every two minutes in the United States. In Arkansas, approximately 2,000 men are told they have prostate cancer each year, and more than 300 die from the disease. In fact, more Arkansas men die of prostate cancer than women die of breast cancer. A man’s chance of surviving the disease is 99 percent with timely diagnosis and treatment. All men over the age of 40, especially those who are African American or who have a family history of the disease, should establish a baseline prostate specific antigen score or PSA score. Equally as important as the actual score is whether the number is going up and by how much. This is known as PSA velocity and can indicate an aggressive cancer.