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Category Archives: Prostate Cancer News
The great thing about Cars for Prostate Cancer is you don’t have to answer our title question. All you need to know is that you CAN donate your car in Savannah; we’ll take care of everything. Contact us and it’s as … Continue reading
Tomorrow, March 30 is a day to remember. It is variously referred to as “Welcome Home Vietnam Veteran Day”, “Vietnam Veteran Remembrance Day” and “Vietnam Veteran Appreciation Day”. It’s all good and the point is a valuable one.
Wherever you live, these facts remain the same: Vehicles age and must be disposed of; men age and discover, often too late, that they have metastasized prostate cancer; burdened people try to get out a message of hope. These 3 … Continue reading
OK, maybe you don’t drive a “suicide door” Lincoln like my Dad loved (my Grandpa once opened the back door on the freeway!). But maybe you have a newer car that you would like to donate to a worthy charity. … Continue reading
It’s OFFICIAL! Louisiana Governor Bobby Jindal, thanks to the efforts of the riders in PCAP’s Pony Express and your vehicle donation, has declared September, 2012 to be Prostate Cancer Awareness Month in the State of Louisiana. Highlights of the Proclamation … Continue reading
Have you ever seen a Frizzle Chicken? Probably not. They’re rare. You know what’s not rare? Prostate Cancer. Please understand this –
The 82-leg, 50-state Prostate Cancer Pony Express delivered its letter to Mississippi’s Governor. This 6-month motorcycle ride to raise Prostate Cancer awareness and funding for free prostate screening is now 5% complete – only 95% to go! We are concerned about … Continue reading
Do you see the problem with this sign? If numbers confuse you; if you can’t focus on the details of the sign’s construction; if you assume the best, then you might come to the conclusion that this sign is telling … Continue reading
You can recycle an aluminum can into a new aluminum can; You can recycle a newspaper into a new newspaper; You can recycle a magazine into a new telephone directory; You can recycle a plastic milk bottle into a new plastic milk bottle; You … Continue reading