Diagnosed with Prostate, Bladder or Urologic Cancer? A Cancer Survivor Mentor can Help!
If you have been recently diagnosed with prostate, bladder or urologic cancer or have been told you need a biopsy, there is a way to have your personal questions answered.
Many times hearing from a person who has experienced what we are facing is reassuring and helpful. Cancer survivors have an insider’s perspective on facing the disease – and beating it.
UCPA has a group of volunteers who desire to help others facing prostate, bladder or urologic cancer. They’re called Cancer Survivor Mentors and they’re available to speak with you and your family.More
ZERO360 Comprehensive Patient Support is offering a free service to help patients make treatment decisions, access financial resources to cover treatment and other needs, and find emotional support.
Being diagnosed and living with prostate cancer can be scary and confusing. Our team of experienced case managers is ready to help you and your family through your personal prostate cancer journey.More
Urology of Central PA is currently filling positions for the Administrative Director, Clinical Director, Nursing, Administrative and technical positions for their urology specific ambulatory surgery center which is currently under construction with plans to be operational by Spring/Summer of 2018.More
Prostate Cancer survivor Mike Rotz and country music singer and ZERO Prostate Cancer Run/Walk spokesman Jimmy Charles spoke with Nancy and Newman today on BOB 94.9 FM. Jimmy performed his hit, “Superman” on air. The song was written for prostate cancer patients and survivors and is the ZERO Prostate Cancer Run/Walk anthem.More
UCPA was proud to see prostate cancer survivor Mike Rotz and country music singer and ZERO Prostate Cancer Run/Walk spokesman Jimmy Charles, on abc27’s morning show on September 21. They spoke about prostate cancer and the importance of screenings, as well as the upcoming ZERO Prostate Cancer Run/Walk, which is happening September 22, at 5:30 p.m., on City Island in Harrisburg. Everyone is welcome at the event! For more information, please visit www.zeroprostatecancerrun.org/harrisburg.
Click here to see Mike Rotz and Jimmy Charles on abc27’s morning show.More