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With Prostate Cancer

AWARENESS IS KEY.

 

Our nation’s Veterans have a higher incidence
of Prostate Cancer. This battle is worth fighting.

With Prostate Cancer

AWARENESS IS KEY.

Our nation’s Veterans have a higher incidence of Prostate Cancer. This battle is worth fighting.

Prostate Cancer is the most commonly diagnosed cancer among U.S. men and the # 1 diagnosed cancer in the VA healthcare system. Studies show that Veterans are at higher risk for Prostate Cancer, are more likely to develop it at an earlier age, and have more aggressive types of the disease.
Prostate Cancer is the most commonly diagnosed cancer among U.S. men and the # 1 diagnosed cancer in the VA healthcare system. Studies show that Veterans are at higher risk for Prostate Cancer, are more likely to develop it at an earlier age, and have more aggressive types of the disease.
Diagnosed with Prostate Cancer in their lifetime
1 in 9 men

1 in 5 Veterans

 
1 in 4 African-American men
1 in 3 with family history

Veterans exposed to Agent Orange
are at 50% higher risk for
Prostate Cancer

new cancer cases are reported to the VA's national cancer registry annually

of those cases are Veterans diagnosed with Prostate Cancer
Diagnosed with Prostate Cancer in their lifetime
1 in 9 men

1 in 5 Veterans

 
1 in 4 African-American men
1 in 3 with family history
Veterans exposed to Agent Orange
are at 50% higher risk for
Prostate Cancer

new cancer cases are reported to the VA's national cancer registry annually

of those cases are Veterans diagnosed with Prostate Cancer
Bing’s Story
Mike “Bing” Crosby, a retired United States Navy Commander, founded Veterans Prostate Cancer Awareness after his own battle with Prostate Cancer in 2015 and personal experience as a VA patient.

Learn more about Bing’s story and his dedication to not only raising awareness around Prostate Cancer incidence among Veterans, but also his mission to improve access to healthcare and advanced treatment options for our Veterans.

 
Bing’s Story
Mike “Bing” Crosby, a retired United States Navy Commander, founded Veterans Prostate Cancer Awareness after his own battle with Prostate Cancer in 2015 and personal experience as a VA patient.

Learn more about Bing’s story and his dedication to not only raising awareness around Prostate Cancer incidence among Veterans, but also his mission to improve access to healthcare and advanced treatment options for our Veterans.

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