Tackling Prostate Cancer

The National Football League Alumni Association has joined forces with Cancer Treatment Centers of America to raise awareness of the risks of prostate cancer in men, and hopefully reduce the mortality rate in the long term.
One of the most common types of cancer to diagnosed, prostate cancer affects about one in every seven men; a staggeringly higher percentage than most other types of cancer. While prostate cancer is one of the more treatable versions of the disease, if left untreated the consequences can be dire. This is why Cancer Treatment Centers of America has made it a priority to get information about the disease out to the public, and offer a way to take steps towards disease prevention/detection.
Headquartered in Boca Raton, Florida, the Treatment Centers are offering free screening for qualified individuals over the age of 40. There are a limited number of free screenings available, however, once that number has been reached, the screenings will be offered at a deep discount. Early detection is paramount to a successful treatment, therefore this is a huge resource for men who are at a higher risk for prostate cancer.
In the event that cancer is detected in individuals who have gone in for the screening, the Cancer Treatment Centers have cutting edge technology, and multiple resources for coping and family therapy to get their patients through the program quickly, and ending up healthy. Rated as one of the most admired hospitals in the country, Cancer Treatment Centers of America is once again proving that they are deserving of the title.