Men's Health Assessment Event
Sidney Kimmel Cancer Center - Washington Township (900 Medical Center Drive, Suite 100, Sewell, NJ) is offering FREE Men’s Health Screenings at its Center as part of a research program on Wednesday, December 12, from 5 - 7 p.m.
Prostate cancer is the second leading cause of cancer death among men. Screening is important because prostate cancer shows no symptoms in its earliest stages. A prostate health assessment is recommend for average-risk men starting at age 50, and sooner for those at a higher risk of developing prostate cancer. High cholesterol, also called hypercholesteremia, puts men at greater risk for heart attacks, strokes, and peripheral artery disease. For many men, the risk from high cholesterol starts in their 20s and increases with age. The FREE screenings are for men age 35-80 and include a blood test for prostate-specific antigen(PSA), testosterone, and cholesterol.
Registration is required. To register for your free screening, or for more information, call (856) 218-5324.
Wednesday, December 12
Sewell, New Jersey