September is Prostate Cancer Awareness Month, but every day of the year is appropriate to create awareness for men about prostate health. Here at Positive Promotions, you'll find an important selection of prostate cancer awareness products to share with the men in your community and your organization, including pocket-sized guides detailing myths and facts about the disease, magnets and shower cards that remind men to get checked and be aware of prostate cancer warning signs, and more essential men's health products.
According to The American Cancer Society, one in seven men will be diagnosed with prostate cancer in their lifetime. In fact, prostate cancer is the most common form of cancer in American men behind skin cancer, and only lung cancer causes more deaths in American men. But when diagnosed early, data shows the survival rate can be quite high, including a 15-year relative survival rate of 95%. That's why it's important to build prostate cancer awareness with men in the workplace and in the community.
Here at Positive Promotions, we're proud to offer a selection of educational tools and prostate cancer awareness resources that provide men with helpful facts, statistics, and reminders to focus on their prostate health, especially as they reach the age of 40. You'll find a wealth of promotional products for employees and community members, designed to help men stay informed about their prostate health and take precautions when necessary.
Prostate Health Month in September makes a great time to hold fundraising runs or walks, or to create community events where you can hand out pocket pals, shower cards, magnets, handbooks, and more custom prostate cancer awareness products. At health fairs, seminars, clinics, and hospitals, we also offer a wide range of men's health promotional items that keep them informed about the latest information on prostate health and many other issues facing men as they grow older. Keeping them informed and educated about screenings, checkups, and annual tests is a major part of Prostate Cancer Awareness Month, as well as year round.