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Published on April 17, 2020

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What sons need from dads: A real talk about health

What sons need from dads: A real talk about health

SUNDAY, April 12 (SF Gate)—Households where fathers don’t discuss health matters with their sons are more common than you think, says Ryan Berglund, a urologist in the Glickman Urological & Kidney Institute at the Cleveland Clinic.

When he asks men for their health history, he often hears something like this: “My dad died at 75. He had a prostate problem. I think that’s what he died of but I’m not sure.”

In other news…

Protecting cancer patients amid coronavirus: How to safely offer support
April 16, Fox News

Aspirin Reduces Risk of Several GI Cancers
April 15, Medpage Today

An oncologist on prostate cancer: For many patients and their manhood, the cure seems worse than the disease.
April 11, The Washington Post 

Common disease prevention and cancer screening would benefit from genomic risk assessment
April 14, Medicalxpress


Learn more about genetics and genomics at the 2020 Advocacy Workshop: Genetics, Genomics and Biomarker Testing

Foundation News

Community grant applications close next week

Applications close April 22

Organizations across the country are doing extraordinary work to get at-risk communities the education, screenings and vaccinations they need to prevent cancer or detect it early. Since 2007, the Prevent Cancer Foundation has awarded community grants to outstanding projects in 33 states, tribes and territories.

Visit our website to learn more or apply.

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