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In most adult males the humble prostate gland is slightly larger than a walnut and is responsible in part for sexual reproduction. Because of it's sensitive position in the human body and role, it is an easily forgotten organ. However for such a small part of the human anatomy it can have a seriously large impact if it is found to have cancer. A Prostate Specific Antigen (PSA) test, performed through a simple blood test, can help identify prostate cancer. We feel it's critical for men to start tracking their PSA values every year starting at 35 to see if any changes occur and to help men catch prostate cancer early when it is most survivable.
Donating your car to PCAP will help us ensure we get the word out and help save lives.