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Testicular Cancer Survivor’s Message: Guys, Check Yourself!

Posted by Jonny Imerman, Founder, Imerman Angels 1-on-1 Cancer Support on May 17th, 2011 | No Comments »

Like many young men, my testicular cancer diagnosis came out of thin air. I had no symptoms and thought I was a healthy, twenty-six-year old, juggling a job and working on my MBA when I suddenly had a pain in my left testicle that made me drop to my knees. It felt as if someone taken a dagger and shish kebabed me. At first, my doctor misdiagnosed it as an infection. But after a couple weeks ...

Realm Music Group to “Rock the Fight” Against Cancer

Posted by Linda Chastain, Senior Director of Special Events on May 16th, 2011 | No Comments »
Realm Music Group

Realm Music Group is heading up an incredible effort to "Rock the Fight" against cancer. In addition to having the 1st Annual Charity Golf Tournament on Saturday, May 21 at the HollywoodBeach Golf Resort in Hollywood, FL, Realm is also one of the Prevent Cancer Foundation's "Shop for Prevention" partners. Artist Ricki Erik, whose unique blend of pop, rock and reggae is taking the world by storm and his label Realm Music Group, are donating ...

“Dr. Derm” Explains the Importance of Skin Cancer Prevention and Early Detection

Posted by PCF Admin on May 5th, 2011 | No Comments »
Dr. Derm

You might wonder how a dermatologist can save a life. The answer is simple: skin cancers – we find them, we treat them and we feel great about it! Your skin is your biggest organ; the organ that plays a vital role not just in your appearance, but on your immune system and your ability to maintain an ideal body temperature and metabolism. What can you do to make the most out of your visit to ...

Cancer Survivor to Young Adults: Cancer Does Not Card You Before Striking!

Posted by Lauren Antognoli, Development Associate on April 19th, 2011 | No Comments »
Lauren

When I was 17 years old, cancer was the furthest thing from my mind. I was focused on school, sports, and friends. I never really thought twice about my mortality. Like most kids, I thought that I was invincible, that nothing could harm me because I was young. So when I noticed a big lump in my neck during my junior year, I ignored it. After a few weeks the lump grew larger, so my ...