Prostate Cancer

Join Adrian C. Douglass MD FACP Wednesday at 6pm for Drive Time With Dr. Douglass Presented By MDVIP on WCLK. September is Prostate Cancer Awareness Month, and Dr. Douglass will be joined by Urologist Dr. Darrell Carmen for a compelling conversation about how men can take steps to avoid prostate cancer, which disproportionately affects African Americans. Do you have questions about your health? Do you have a loved one who could use this important information?

Join Jazz 91.9 WCLK Wednesday, September 2 at 6pm for the monthly edition of Drive Time With Dr. Douglass Presented by MDVIP. September is Prostate Cancer Awareness Month, and Dr. Douglass will be talking about men's health with special guest Urologist Dr. Walter Falconer. Did you know that prostate cancer is the most common cancer among American men, and that it kills African American men at a significantly higher rate than the rest of the population? Did you know that you can monitor your prostate health so that you don't suffer this fate?

Join us for Drive Time With Dr. Douglass on Wednesday, September 4,  at 6pm as we discuss men's health and prostate cancer awareness. Dr. Adrian Douglass will be joined by Urologist Dr. Emerson Harrison for a frank conversation about some topics that men need to know, but sometimes would rather not think about. September is Prostate Cancer Awareness Month. Prostate cancer disproportionately affects African Americans--but it is treatable and surviveable if you make sure to talk to your doctor and know your health status. Dr. Douglass and Dr.

The Prostate Health Education Network (PHEN) and AARP-Georgia are teaming up to bring the “Daddy’s Boys” stage play to the Riverside EpiCenter in Austell, on January 12, 2019, for two performances at 2:00 p.m. and 6:00 p.m. With highly entertaining music, drama and comedy, “Daddy's Boys” tells the story of a widowed father and his sons coming together through fractured relationships when faced with prostate cancer. Prostate cancer is a crisis among African American men and knowledge is the best defense against this disease.

Join Host Paula Gwynn Grant Wednesday, June 20 at 6:00 p.m on Jazz 91.9 WCLK for the June edition of Your Health Connection. We'll take a look at the year in review at the Center For Cancer Research and Therapeutic Development at Clark Atlanta University (CCRTD).  CCRTD is attempting to crack the genetic code of prostate cancer, and addressing health disparities in  the African American Community, as well as training the next generation of minority molecular biologists. 

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