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Symposium In Boston On Saturday, October 21st Symposium In Boston On Saturday, October 21st

PHEN will host a prostate health educational symposium at Morning Star Baptist Church beginning at 9 am. Free prostate cancer screening and includes lunch.

PHEN Expands National Educational Outreach with Its 2017 Prostate Health Symposiums

Quincy, MA — With twelve symposiums in nine states completed from April through June, and another 13 scheduled through November, the Prostate Health Education Network (PHEN) is taking its educational efforts to greater heights. 

PHEN President & Founder Received an Award from Congressman Gregory Meeks (NY)

PHEN president, Thomas A. Farrington, was presented with the Congressional Black Caucus (CBC) Leadership Award by Congressman Gregory Meeks (NY) at PHEN's 13th Annual African-American Prostate Cancer Disparity Summit. 

2017 African American Prostate Cancer Disparity Summit was a success

In September at the 2017 African American Prostate Cancer Disparity Summit, Gary L. Taylor, M.D., the Medical Director for PHEN's Clinical Trials Rally updated everyone on the successful first phase of the Clinical Trials Rally and had several prestigious speakers talk about the importance of continuing the commitment of the Clinical Trials Rally

Our Journey to Establish Prostate SBRT as a Standard of Care

SBRT is a unique modality of radiation treatment. Typically, radiation therapy is delivered in many small doses called fractions (often 40 or more), but studies have been created to explore the possibility of delivering radiation in fewer...

Significance of Prostate Cancer Treatment-Related Factors Differ in Black, White Men

African American men appear to be more likely to consider economic factors in their decsion-making.