Prostate Cancer Foundation and the West Angeles Church Brotherhood jointly present:
"How Much Do You Know About Prostate Cancer?"

9:00am to 11:00am
Saturday, September 24, 2022

The Crystal Room
3045 Crenshaw Blvd., Los Angeles, CA 90016

Please register to attend either in-person or virtually. In-person event will be limited to the first 100 attendees. Masks are required to be worn on site. Virtual attendees will receive a link to join live on Zoom.
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During Prostate Cancer Awareness Month, the Prostate Cancer Foundation and the West Angeles Church Brotherhood jointly present: “How Much Do You Know About Prostate Cancer?” This in-person meeting will center on raising awareness about prostate cancer among high-risk populations, discuss early detection, the latest research and treatment options, survival, risk factors, and lifestyle choices.

Uniquely designed to be a community-centered event in-person that will also have an online component with a reach to we hope thousands of congregants and local community members, we welcome you to attend. Mindful that prostate cancer disproportionately affects Black men and families, we will use this opportunity to amplify the latest news on prostate cancer disparities from physician scientists, researchers, and advocates in the prostate cancer community. The meeting is organized as a series of short presentations, a survivor’s panel, followed by an extended Q&A session.

This meeting will discuss:
  • Raising awareness about prostate cancer among high-risk populations
  • Early detection
  • The latest research and treatment options
  • Survival, risk factors, and lifestyle choices

John Carpten, PhD
University of Southern California

Stanley Frencher, MD
Martin Luther King, Jr. Community Hospital
Howard R. Soule, PhD
Prostate Cancer Foundation

Susan Nyanzi, DrPH
City of Hope


Patient Guide

The Prostate Cancer Patient Guide is compiled with contributions of top-tier doctors and researchers in prostate cancer, it is a must have resource for patients and their families.


African American Guide

Additional Facts for African American Men and Their Families provides special facts and guidance regarding African American men and prostate cancer.


Wellness Guide

Whether you are a cancer survivor or someone who just wants to prevent any number of chronic diseases, PCF’s The Science of Living Well, Beyond Cancer, is an invaluable resource.

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