100 Black Men of America, Inc. Takes a Leadership Role in Educating and Mentoring African American Men About Prostate Cancer

In response to the new PSA Recommendations from the US Preventative Task Force, 100 Black Men of America, Inc. has taken a leadership role in clarifying existing information and they will provide future information to help reduce confusion about how to deal with Prostate Cancer among men at highest risk.

In recognition of Men's Health Week and Father's Day, the 100 presented their 2012 Prostate Cancer Statement to the public at Centennial Olympic Park in Atlanta, Georgia at the 2012 Community Empowerment Project event over the weekend.

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