My father had prostate cancer but did not die from it. I also have prostate cancer and I do not intend to die from it. Your support of my journey as a prostate cancer survivor is very much appreciated. Gary
As we move closer to Father’s Day, I am asking you to step up the fight against prostate cancer and support those who are prostate cancer survivors.
HOW CAN YOU HELP?
Support me and make a donation to Prostate Cancer Foundation BC's Annual Father’s Day Walk/Run for Prostate Cancer via my personal web page below.
WHY AM I PARTICIPATING IN THE RUN?
Because this run is for the tens of thousands of Canadian men living courageously with prostate cancer and their families. It’s for all the men who have died from this disease and the families who have lost loved ones. It’s for the roughly 26,000 men who will be diagnosed in 2020 and everyone who cares about them.
THE JUNE 21, 2020 FATHER'S DAY EVENT
Is an annual event hosted by Prostate Cancer Foundation BC a volunteer based organization that represents BC’s prostate cancer patients, their families and communities. Even if you aren’t a walker or a runner, you can still step up and volunteer or consider donating to PCFBC to fund research for this disease that currently affects 1 in 9 men.
Every donation, no matter how small, will have a large impact for men and their families dealing with a diagnosis of prostate cancer in BC.
Thank you in advance for your generosity and for giving the men in your life the gift of health this Father's Day.
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