Please join Urology of Central PA in Pours for Prostates to benefit the PA Prostate Cancer Coalition and ZERO – The End of Prostate Cancer! Held at the Vineyard at Hershey, attendees will enjoy wine tastings, light refreshments, and live music from Tropical Soul.
Tickets are $25 per person and are limited in quantitiy. Checks may be made payable to UCPA.
Wine Tasting/Entertainment Event
The Vineyard at Hershey
598 Schoolhouse Road, Middletown
6-7:30 PM: Wine Tasting – Meet with either production Wine Master or Brew Master
Decked Out Live – Entertainment
7:00-10:00 PM: Tropical Soul
Cost: $25 Per Person
Limited to the first 150 People on deck (covered if it rains or sunny & hot)
Make checks payable to “UCPA”
For more information or to purchase tickets, please call Andrea Dietz at 717-515-5208. More
The doctors who lead the fight against prostate cancer have seized Gov. Tom Wolf’s diagnosis as a teachable moment. More
Urology of Central PA is offering free prostate exams and screenings. More
One in six men will develop prostate cancer, said Dr. R. Scott Owens of Urology of Central PA, who is not involved in Mr. Wolf’s care. He said that men should get an initial test, which can be a blood test or a prostate exam, early on, and then follow-up tests after that. Men with a family history of prostate cancer and African-American men should get an initial test at 40, and other men between 45 and 50, he said. More
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Dr. R. Scott Owens talks about the importance of regular prostate exams. To watch the story, click here. More
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Almost 400 runners and walkers gathered on City Island Friday night to take part in the Zero Prostate Cancer Run and Walk.
The annual event has raised nearly $500,000 in just seven years to help fund awareness campaigns and prostate cancer research. They handed out information on free prostate cancer screenings. More