Informative Policies and Prevention Session at the 2011 Prostate Cancer Disparity Summit
National policies have a direct impact on efforts to address disparities. With a 60% higher prostate cancer incidence rate, any opportunity to reduce this burden on African American men becomes a priority.
This session featured a presentation by Dr. Gerald L. Andriole, Robert K. Royce Distinguished Professor
Chief of Urologic Surgery Washington University School of Medicine, St. Louis, MO, on ?Prostate Cancer Prevention ? Understanding the Potential?.
Mr. Scott Williams, Vice President of the Men?s Health Network, also joined with a presentation on National Policies.
Pictured, from left to right are Dr. Gerald L. Andriole, Mr. Eunice ?Robbie? Robinson, Moderator, PHEN Survivor Network, Mr. Thomas Farrington, PHEN President and Founder, and Mr. Scott Williams.