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Our members are survivors or family members of survivors who are passionate about eliminating deaths from prostate cancer in Georgia. Prostate cancer attacked us, but we fought back by going to the doctor.
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FREE PROSTATE CANCER SCREENINGS Continuous: Northside Hospital - Atlanta, Cherokee, Forsyth Coordinator: Dale Israel Scheduling: 404-845-5555 and Press “0” to schedule Dates: All year - call for locations and dates Radiotherapy Clinics of Georgia Clinical Nurse Manager: Latrina Aupont [email protected] Addresses: Various metro locations Scheduling: 404-633-5606 x363 Dates: All year – call for locations and times Midtown Urology Clinic Coordinator: Adwoa Asare-Kwakye Address: 1924 Piedmont Road Atlanta, GA 30324 Scheduling: (404) 881-0966 ext 117 Date: call for dates and locations Annual: CHAMPS (Men’s Health Event) Coordinator: Bev Jones Address: Atlanta World Congress Center Information: 404-862-1385 Date: each September – call for date and hours North Fulton Hospital Coordinator: Diane Sanders Address:3000 Hospital Boulevard Scheduling: 770-751-2660 Dates: each September or October - call for dates DeKalb Medical Center Coordinator: Claudia Ti**le Address: 2665 N. Decatur Road, Suite 130 Scheduling: 404-501-3279 Dates: each September or October - call for dates Georgia Cancer Center for Excellence at Grady Coordinator: Adriene Kinnaird Scheduling: 404-265-1030 Dates: each September - call for dates Drive Against Prostate Cancer Sponsors: WSB-AM, RC Cancer Centers, Kroger Sponsors: WALR, Georgia Urology Addresses: Various metro locations Scheduling: Walk-up to screening buses 9-5 Dates: each January – call for dates and locations Rep. David Scott's Annual Health Fair Address: Mundy's Mill High School - Jonesboro Information: 770-210-5073 Dates: annually in August - call for date and hours Prostate Cancer Center at St. Joseph's Hospital Coordinator: Renee Sevy-Hasterok Address: 5665 Peachtree Dunwoody, RD., NE Scheduling: 678-843-5665 Dates: January, June, and September – call for dates
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Our services include: Awareness We strive to save lives by promoting awareness of prostate cancer in Georgia - including the make up of the disease, importance of early detection, treatment options and survival. We sponsor events to provide prostate cancer awareness information to the general public. We provide speakers to community groups on the diagnosis, treatments and effects of prostate cancer. We provide assistance to those diagnosed with prostate cancer (and their families) to locate information sources and support groups that will help them to deal with their illness. We distribute information to the public to raise prostate cancer awareness and to encourage screenings of men at risk. To increase awareness throughout Georgia, the GPCC campaigned for a Prostate Cancer Awareness license plate, which the State of Georgia approved and issued. Each car having one acts as a mobile reminder to men to track their prostate health. More importantly, the state contributes a portion of the fee for each Georgia Prostate Cancer license plate to GPCC to support Prostate Cancer screening initiatives. Advocacy We strive to be aware of legislative issues at the federal, state and local levels that will increase prostate cancer awareness and increase funding for screenings, treatments and research. We communicate with the prostate cancer community to encourage support of legislative activity that addresses our concerns. Information Exchange We maintain a database of prostate cancer support groups in Georgia and of people interested in promoting our objectives.