Tour de USA Becomes Prostate Cancer Pony Express

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Prostate Cancer Pony Express 2011

Last summer’s Tour de USA® for Prostate Cancer Awareness is now the Prostate Cancer Pony Express™.  Visit the 2011 Prostate Cancer Pony Express website for information.

September 18th, 2011 is the inaugural year of the prostate cancer equivalent of Rolling Thunder, and will pay homage to the 1.2 million men who have died from prostate cancer since President Richard M. Nixon declared the “War on Cancer” in 1971.

Will you ride with me on September 18th?

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One Response to Tour de USA Becomes Prostate Cancer Pony Express

  1. Aimee Honas says:

    Eating tomato-based products such as ketchup and red pasta sauce prevents prostate cancer. “The vast majority of studies show no association,” said Alan Kristal, Dr.Ph., associate director of the Hutchinson Center’s Cancer Prevention Program and a national expert in prostate cancer prevention. Kristal and colleagues last year published results of the largest study to date that aimed to determine whether foods that contain lycopene — the nutrient that puts the red in tomatoes — actually protect against prostate cancer.^

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