Shine a light on Prostate Cancer. Shine a Blue Light. Shine a Blue Light on our country’s leading symbol of democracy, The White House. An idea from Dan Zenka, the PCF”s V.P. of P.R.. Dan is also a 52 year old newly diagnosed prostate cancer survivor. Please send your own email to www.whitehouse.gov/contact, simply asking, Please shine a Blue Light on the White House, this September, for National Prostate Cancer Awareness Month. Select “Non-policy issue” and “First Family” in the pull down menu.
Please President Obama,
Shine a blue light on the White House for Prostate Cancer awareness month in September. My husband was your age when he was diagnosed with no symptoms or family history.
We also, like yourself have two daughters and they are crazy over their Dad as your daughters are of you.
Send men a message from the male leader of our country. Just to stop hiding this disease will save so many lives. One is six men will be diagnosed with this curable disease, curable if caught in time.
Help Pints for Prostates speak The Universal Language of Beer.
My husband started this charity after he had his surgery to give back and save lives. Check out http://www.pintsforprostates.com
Rick Lyke and all men need to see what the blue ribbon can do like the sucess the pink ribbon has had.
The Amyloidosis Foundation estimates that approximately 3,000 people are diagnosed with amyloidosis each year in North America and that blood cancers overall have increased more than 40% in the last decade.
I just sent a note to the WH and would encourage others to do the same!