Free Prostate Screening in the Metroplex is Available at Selected Locations
The Sloan Kettering Cancer Center recommends a baseline screening at age 45. Subsequent screenings may be scheduled depending on test results.
Free screenings are offered at the Cowtown Cruisin' for a Cure in Fort Worth.
The annual DadFest
(scheduled at the FC Dallas Stadium in Frisco for the first time) is supported by the North Texas Prostate Cancer
Coalition, Us TOO Presbyterian and the Urology Research & Education Foundation with the proceeds going to the Foundation. See pictures below ...
One of the largest event is the annual Cowtown Cruisin' for a Cure
carshow in Fort Worth, usually held on the third Saturday in September,
which offers free screening during the event; all proceeds generated
from this event benefit research and treatment for prostate cancer.
The 2012 11-th annual Cowtown Cruisin' for a Cure was held September 15. This screening event was supported by the
North Texas Prostate Cancer Coalition, Man to Man (ACS), Fort Worth as well as the USMD and
Texas Health, Harris hospitals. During last year's event, over 400 cars
were registered; more importantly, over 150 men took advantage of the
free prostate screening.