Prostate Cancer Educational Video's
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.
Daddy's Boys Episodes
Webinars providing important information about prostate cancer clinical trials. Videos include information on specific clinical trials as well as terminology and how to access a clinical trial.
Webinars and discussions about prostate cancer early detection and screening given by prestigious doctors across the United States.
Prostate cancer survivors face many survivorship issues including sexual health, incontinence, bone health and mental health.
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.
Survivors / Caregivers
Prostate Cancer webinars and vital information for african american men concerning treatments.
Patient Education Portals
Managing Prostate Cancer Survivorship
The Coronavirus and Cancer Patients with Dr. Keith Crawford
Posted on March 11, 2020
Prostate Cancer and the Impact on Bone Health with Dr. Keith Crawford
Posted on February 12, 2020
Sexual Health with Dr. Melissa Mendez
Posted on September 10, 2019
Prostate Cancer, Sexual Health and Intimacy with Dr. Sharon L. Bobber
Posted on December 16, 2017
Managing the Emotional and Psychological Impact of Prostate Cancer with Dr. John Peteet
Posted on August 7, 2017
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Early Detection and Screening
PHEN Disparity Rally
Prostate Cancer Treatments
Survivors and Caregivers
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