September 15, 2014

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Women are Critical in Helping Men 
Beat Prostate Cancer



(Pictured above: Ms. Juarez Farrington, Glenda Newell-Harris, M.D., and Karen Winkfield, M.D., Ph.D.)

Only men are diagnosed with prostate cancer but women are critical in helping men to beat the disease. Wives and other loved ones play life-saving roles, from at times encouraging men to get PSA tested, helping to select a treatment option, and acting as caregivers. Many survivors speak thankfully of how their loved ones helped them to detect and beat prostate cancer. 

During the Summit session on Friday, September 26th, presentations will focus on the roles that loved ones play in facing and battling prostate cancer, and on their personal needs during these challenging times. Session participants include: Juarez Farrington;  Glenda Newell-Harris, M.D.; and Karen Winkfield, M.D., Ph.D.

Congressman Gregory Meeks (D-NY) will host the PHEN Summit session, on September 26th, at the Washington Convention Center, as a part of the Congressional Black Caucus (CBC) Annual Legislative Conference. 

PHEN strongly encourages women to attend both days of the Summit.  Knowledge and information gained from these sessions will be valuable in their fight against prostate cancer.

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