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Prostate Cancer Survivor Project

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1601 N Sepulveda Blvd No 576 Manhattan Beach CA 90266 USA


To create a series of fundraising events that will generate funds for research and prevention of prostate cancer, and for the rehabilitaion of prostate cancer survivors. Also to create fundraising events that will generate funds for early detection and awareness of breast cancer prevention.


Developed and managed the first internet prostate cancer early detection system - www. Prostatetracker. Org; promoted prostate cancer and breast cancer awareness; and educated the public on prostate and breast cancer prevention.

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The Prostate Cancer Survivor Project changed it's name to the Prostate Cancer Awareness Project (PCAP) in 2009. PCAP plays a critical role in raising awareness of the need for annual prostate cancer testing. In 2012, PCAP released the first prostate cancer early warning tool for men and their families. ProstateTracker is available on the Internet at http://ProstateTracker.org, free to everyone. Also in 2012, PCAP organized the first trans-America Prostate Cancer Pony Express motorcycle relay ride for prostate cancer awareness. Riders traveled more than 25,000 miles, reaching all 50 states, and ending at the Capitol Building in Washington, DC on September 9, 2012. Along the way, they gained 10 new state proclamations naming September as annual prostate cancer awareness month.

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