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May 06, 1994 - Image 43

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1994-05-06

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Cancer hits
a lot o f men
b e i o w th e belt •

One in ten men will develop
prostate cancer.

If you're a man, you're at risk for prostate cancer. Prostate cancer is the most
common cancer in men and the second leading cause of cancer death in men.
This disease hits an estimated 165,000 men annually and takes around
35,000 lives each year. About 80 percent of these deaths may be preventable
with early detection.
Screening exams are able to detect prostate cancer when it's the most
treatable. An annual exam can detect an enlarged prostate, one of the
symptoms of prostate cancer. Health Development Network at Botsford Center
for Health Improvement offers a yearly prostate screening and other programs
for men over forty.
A prostate screening could save your life. If you would like more
information, call Health Development Network at (810) 477-6100.
If you would like a physician referral, please call Health Match
at 442-7900.

Reaching out to the people of our community

28050 Grand River Avenue • Farmington Hills, MI 48336-5933

botsford
general
hospital

>_

C, I993 Botsford General Hospital

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