Since prostrate cancer is the most common cancer among men, The National Football League Alumni Association (NFLA), Cancer Treatment Centers of American (CTCA) and LabCorp came together to provide access for more prostrate screening. The American Cancer Association predicts that 161,360 men are being diagnosed with cancer this year, and men with a high risk should be screened beginning at age forty. This is why on October 1 through October 15, 2000 men, forty and older could sign up for the free Prostrate Specific Antigen screening in one of the 1750 LabCorp locations in the United States. If these spots were filled, they could schedule a screening within the allotted time frame and pay only $25.
With the help of Cancer Treatment Centers of America hospitals, the NFL kicked off this campaign with a press conference in Mount Laurel, New Jersey on August 30, 2017 and held events in various cities throughout the United States, in hopes of creating more awareness and encouraging men to get screened.
Cancer Treatment Centers of America was founded by Richard Stephenson, due to his mother dying of cancer. He wasn’t happy with her cancer treatment options, so in 1988, he opened his first hospital in Zion, Illinois. Between 2005 and 2012, four more hospitals were opened in Oklahoma, Pennsylvania, Arizona and Georgia, with their headquarters located in Boca Raton, Florida. Dedicated teams of cancer experts offer individual, unique cancer plans in all the centers by using conventional methods, such as; surgery, immunotherapy, radiation and chemotherapy and incorporate various therapies to manage side effects patients may develop from the treatments.
CTCA is highly recommended and has been awarded and recognized by many. Cancer patients would be wise to look into their personalized cancer treatment options to see if CTCA is the place for them.
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