Free Prostate Screenings in September

Just Say Yes: Receive a Free Prostate Cancer Screening

Presented by Lifespan Community Health Services, American Cancer Society, and The Comprehensive Cancer Center because 1 in 6 men will get prostate cancer, but your chances of survival increase greatly with early diagnosis and treatment.

Requirements to participate include:

– You must be 40 to 75 years old
– You must be 35 to 75 years old if you are African American, Hispanic or have a family history
of prostate cancer
– You must not have been tested in the past 12 months
– You must not be under the care of a urologist
– And you must schedule an appointment

To see if you meet free screening requirements and to schedule your appointment, contact the Lifespan Health Connection at 401-444-4800 or 1-800-927-1230. For more on Lifespan’s cancer services visit cancer.lifespan.org.


(Click on the flyer to see a larger version of the flyer, and to the right to see it in Spanish.)

Participating sites and dates:

Rhode Island Hospital
The Comprehensive Cancer Center
1st Floor • Providence, RI
Monday, September 21 • 6 –7 p.m.

Center for Hispanic Policy and Advocacy (CHisPA)
421 Elmwood Avenue • Providence, RI
Tuesday, September 22 • 6 –7 p.m.

International Institute
645 Elmwood Avenue • Providence, RI
Wednesday, September 23 • 6 –7 p.m.

The Miriam Hospital
Fain Health Centers, 2nd Floor • Providence, RI
Thursday, September 24 • 6 –7 p.m.

Newport Hospital
Vanderbilt Outpatient Department
Powel Street Entrance • Newport, RI
Saturday, September 26 • 8 a.m. –noon

One response to “Free Prostate Screenings in September

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