Tag a man in your life, raise prostate cancer awareness and help Save the Males
According to the Prostate Cancer Foundation, there are more than 3 million men living with prostate cancer in the U.S. and 1 in 8 men will be diagnosed in their lifetimes.
After being diagnosed at age 53 in 2009 with slow-growing prostate cancer, Clark has adopted a watchful waiting approach rather than seeking active treatment. He undergoes quarterly blood tests and urological exams, as well as an annual biopsy. However, he has not undergone any invasive procedures to date.
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Clark got involved with the Prostate Cancer Foundation in 2011 and proudly supports Many vs Cancer so that men feel encouraged to share their journeys and access life-saving resources.
Many vs Cancer is taking the push for awareness to a new level with the Save the Males campaign and they’re asking you to tag every man in your life to help get the word out.
In addition, they’ve partnered with a some celebrities who have been affected by prostate cancer to create this hilarious video:
Please share this with all of your friends and family — together, we will Save the Males!