Prostate cancer is treatable, but only if it is detected early, before it has spread. The Prostate Cancer Awareness Project recommends men begin annual testing at age 35.
The daily ride schedule from March 17 to the final leg to the White House on September 9th is posted on the Internet at http://bit.ly/2012ProstateCancerPonyExpressDailyRoute.
You can show your support by following the Prostate Cancer Pony Express riders live on the Internet at http://bit.ly/ProstateCancerPonyExpressLive. The riders are posting their experiences daily on Facebook at http://on.fb.me/ProstateCancerPonyExpress.
About the Prostate Cancer Awareness Project
The Prostate Cancer Awareness Project (PCAP) is a registered 501 (c)(3) nonprofit entity, FEIN 20-4509127. Robert Hess, founder, formed the PCAP as a result of his accidental prostate cancer diagnosis in 2003. The PCAP's focus is on early disease detection and prevention.
About the Prostate Conditions Education Council
The Prostate Conditions Education Council (PCEC), a non-profit 501 (c)(3) organization founded in 1989, is dedicated to saving lives through awareness of prostate health. As the nation's leading resource for information about prostate cancer, the PCEC educates men and their loved ones, as well as the medical community, about this disease and other men's health issues.
Robert Hess, President
Prostate Cancer Awareness Project
1601 N Sepulveda Blvd, #576
Manhattan Beach, CA 90266