PHEN Channels is an extensive collection of on-demand prostate cancer educational videos. Each channel is a collection of videos about a specific topic for patients, caregivers, family members, doctors, community leaders, students, medical and industrial professionals or anyone who needs information about prostate cancer.
Every year, PHEN hosts an African American Prostate Cancer Disparity Summit with community leaders, patients, medical experts, political leaders and more addressing medical, policy and community outreach initiatives towards eliminating the prostate cancer racial disparity.
Video programs about PHEN and their Church Partnerships aimed at educating and mobilizing communities in the fight against prostate cancer. Faith and community are important factors when coping with prostate cancer.
“Daddy’s Boys – Coming Together” tells the story of a widowed father and his sons coming together through fractured relationships when faced with prostate cancer. This entertaining to educate show began as a play and grew into a short mini-series filled with relatable characters.
The Rally Against Prostate Cancer (RAP Cancer) is a PHEN initiative that addresses the African American prostate cancer disparity. We use a network of survivors, doctors, government officials and health care organizations to eliminate the prostate cancer health disparity.