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September 14, 2006 – No. 1

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Dr. Jean BonhommeBlack men suffer from mostly preventable diseases

And there he was, live on CNN, talking about a topic rarely heard on national television — men’s health.

As founder of the National Black Men’s Health Network, Dr. Jean Bonhomme has traveled the country, speaking to small church groups and community forums, preaching about the need for men to take control of their health. Full story

Charles AustinA “silent killer”

A survivor explains how to beat prostate cancer

Charlie Austin is a funny man.

But when he says that he has been blessed, he is not joking.

By all accounts, Austin should have died years ago, back when he was first diagnosed with prostate cancer in 1994.

The disease was so bad that it had spread throughout his body and caused his doctor to determine that Austin’s cancer was inoperable and incurable. Full story


It’s no mystery! What you should know now about the state’s new Health Care Reform Law Full story

Preventive Screening Guidelines for Healthy Men Full story

September is Prostate Cancer Awareness Month

The Prostate:

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Prostate Cancer Risk Assessment Quiz click here

Questions & Answers click here

Risk Factors click here

Signs & Symptoms click here

Prostate Screening 101 click here

The Endangered Black Male Death rates by race click here

Free Screenings and Support Groups for Men click here

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