The audience were engaged from start to finish and Prashant made it clear that African & Caribbean men face the greatest risk of dying from Prostate Cancer.
There are various barriers and reluctance for various procedures, however, he pointed out one simple fact that there is a clear need to save lives, however, all parties need to cooperate and work together.
Raising awareness in order to allow early detection and treatment is beneficial not only for the patient, but, also the family.
The main point is some people will die with prostate cancer, however, African & Caribbean men will die from Prostate Cancer, which is a major difference.
Our Next Session will be on Friday 24th April 2015 and we will be announcing the venue within the next few days.
These are free events and they are open to everyone.
We men to bring their partners along and for women to come along as well in order to understand and be aware of any potential issues that may be or face in the future.
28th March 2015