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Experts Speak Up

Here's where you can learn what leading doctors, advocacy groups, and other men like you are saying about prostate cancer and how important it is to speak up.

Ken Griffey Sr. Speaks Up about Prostate Cancer Awareness Month

September is Prostate Cancer Awareness Month. It is the right time to become one of the many Men (or women!) Who Speak Up across the United States about prostate cancer. Join Ken Griffey Sr. in educating your loved ones and local communities during this nationally recognized event.

Ken Griffey Sr. and Dr. Neal Shore Are Men Who Speak Up About Advanced Prostate Cancer

Baseball All-Star and prostate cancer survivor Ken Griffey Sr. and Dr. Neal Shore, medical director of Carolina Urologic Research Center, discuss the importance of speaking up about advanced prostate cancer and the symptoms men may experience.

Meet the Men Who Speak Up  Ambassadors, Ken Griffey Sr. and Ken Griffey Jr., and Hear Their Prostate Cancer Story

The Griffeys are calling on men to speak up about the symptoms of advancing prostate cancer. In this video, you’ll hear the Griffeys discuss their personal experience with prostate cancer, including their reaction to Ken Sr.’s diagnosis and its effect on their family.

Men Who Speak Up : Ken Griffey Sr. and Jr. Help Men Break the Silence Surrounding Advancing Prostate Cancer

Did you know that prostate cancer is the second most frequently diagnosed cancer in American men? Ken Griffey Sr. caught his prostate cancer early, but is speaking out for those men whose prostate cancer has advanced and become life threatening. In this Public Service Announcement, created in partnership with ZERO–The End of Prostate Cancer, Ken, Sr. and his son, 2016 National Baseball Hall of Fame honoree Ken Griffey Jr., discuss how they’ve joined Men Who Speak Up to start a conversation about advanced prostate cancer and the importance of speaking up and taking action about symptoms.

Anthony Delacruz, Nurse Practitioner: Advanced Prostate Cancer & the Importance of Speaking Up

Memorial Sloan Kettering Cancer Center’s NYC-based nurse practitioner Anthony Delacruz gives his take on eye-opening results from the International Prostate Cancer Symptoms survey, and discusses the importance of having open lines of communication with your healthcare provider team.

William Oh, MD: Advanced Prostate Cancer & Making the Most of Doc Appointments

Mount Sinai's NYC-based Dr. William Oh offers words of encouragement for advanced prostate cancer patients and shares tips for how HCPs and men can make the most of their time together.

Patient Advocate Ivy Ahmed on Why Men with Advanced Prostate Cancer Need to Speak Up

Ivy Ahmed, Director, Patient Education at ZERO – The End of Prostate Cancer, calls the community to action, encouraging men to speak up about advanced prostate cancer symptoms.

Bertrand Tombal, MD – Belgium – Why Men with Advanced Prostate Cancer Aren’t Speaking Up

Dr. Bertrand Tombal shares words of wisdom on why men living with advanced prostate cancer aren’t speaking up about their symptoms and the secret to overcoming those barriers.

Patient Advocate Jan Manarite on Advanced Prostate Cancer & Patient Empowerment

Jan Manarite, VP, Advocacy at PAACT, and former caregiver, says empowering your doctor by speaking up about symptoms empowers you.

Patient Advocate Ken Mastris: A Prostate Cancer Survivor’s Perspective on Taking Action

Prostate cancer survivor and patient advocate Ken Mastris of Europa Uomo shares helpful techniques for identifying symptoms of advanced prostate cancer and making the most of your time at doctor’s appointments.

Patient Advocate Thomas Kirk: Shared and Informed Decision Making in Prostate Cancer

Thomas Kirk, President and CEO at US TOO International, encourages men living with advanced prostate cancer to see their doctor as a teammate and encourages patients to speak up about symptoms.