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NTxPCC is looking for volunteers to help us manage awareness and education. If interested please contact us .


NTxPCC is a non-profit 501(c)(3). Donations are tax deductible.

Sponsors and Supporters. We are proud to acknowledge our sponsors and supporters.

We must be doing something right:
28,254 Hits Through October 2019

NTxPCC is in Facebook!   This is to share information, ask questions, get answers, discuss topics, Join!
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Hotsheet July 2020

PCa Support Groups in Texas
PCa Support Groups in the DFW Area 2020
New Risk Calculator (after PSA testing)
PCa Drugs Updated (NCI, March 2, 2017)
2020 Brochure: "What You Should Know About Prostate Cancer"
Spanish Brochure: "Lo Que Debe Saber Sobre El Cáncer De La  Próstata" 
Brochures are available from ntxpcacoalition
Sponsors and Supporters

Just Released!
Prostate Cancer Foundation

Upcoming Events

July 14  (Tue), 7:00 pm,  Us TOO TH Presbyterian Plano,
                                      Virtual Meeting, Dr. Allen Morey: 
                                      "Erectile Dysfunction and Urinary Incontinence".
July 20 (Mon), 7:00 pmFWSG at Moncrief:  Online Support Group Meeting!
                                      Go to FWSG Website for Details

July 21 (Tue), 6:30 pm, Us TOO Presbyterian, Dallas: Virtual Meeting.
                                      Dr. Moyad's article on diet and ADT

Though the Let's Talk on Tuesday Chat is currently not offered at Harris, you are encouraged to contact current Survivor Chat Members by phone.
A number of facilities have banned all non-essential meetings, especially those involving outside groups for several months.  This also applies to vendors and outside groups from having meetings on campus.  This is in response to the new status of COVID-19 now being considered a pandemic. Please understand that this is for YOUR safety!

At this time, the following events are cancelled: 

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Prostate cancer deaths

Texas is doing something right! But, ...

ZERO rated Texas B, C and B- in 2006, 2007 and 2008, respectively, which takes into account screening and mortality rates, state insurance mandates and  support for prostate cancer-related legislation).

                   Texans Deserve an A!

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Updated July 11, 2020, 12:30 pm CT

Prostate Cancer is light blue