Lifelines 1 - African American men and prostate cancer
Narrator: This is Lifelines, from NIH Radio. Here’s Dr. Willie Underwood an NCI grantee at the Roswell Park Cancer Institute in Buffalo, New York.
Underwood: The more you know, the easier it will be for you--as an African-American man--to talk with your doctor about prostate-cancer. The place to learn more is the National Cancer Institute: visit w-w-w-dot-cancer-dot-gov for fact-sheets, statistics, and information about prostate-cancer prevention, detection, and treatment. You can also call the confidential, toll-free number,1-800-4-cancer, to get answers to your questions. Cancer-information for a multicultural audience can be found in the [National] Cancer Institute's 'Lifelines'-series--available at w-w-w-dot-cancer-dot-gov-slash-lifelines.
Narrator: Lifelines, from NIH Radio, part of the U.S. Department of Health and Human Services.
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