Prostate cancer is the most common cancer in American men other than skin cancer, according to the American Cancer Society.…
in the year 2022
fighting prostate cancer with awareness & research
- Promote prostate cancer awareness & early detection among Veterans & Active Duty Military members.Educate Veterans on proper care and available treatment options when faced with a prostate cancer diagnosis.Improve Veteran access to specialty and oncology healthcare services and therapies through the VHA’s Community Care Network.Become a resource for Veterans, not only for prostate health but other Men’s Health conditions and empower Vets to become their own health advocates.
VPCa supports industry experts coming together to expand educational techniques, enhanced screening, and diagnosis technology to aid in the detection and treatment of prostate cancer. We also promote the latest technologies available for the treatment & cure of prostate cancer to health care providers.
The goal of VPCa is to create abundant resources for Veteran men to educate themselves on the importance of early screening, detection, and treatment options for prostate cancer. VPCa will also provide additional resources for families and caregivers to encourage early testing, assist in providing materials to explain the options for treating the disease.
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prostate cancer effects more than just the patient.
“Prostate Cancer is a relationship disease and affects your loved ones as much as it does you.” | Bing Crosby, CEO VPCa
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news & updates
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