Prostate cancer is the most commonly diagnosed non-skin cancer in the United States. Help raise awareness and funds for research by becoming an Official Against Prostate Cancer.
Show your support and raise awareness among your fellow officials with this blue referee whistle, screenprinted with an awareness ribbon.
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- Patented three-chamber design for faultless performance every time
- Cuts through crowd noise and travels a long distanc.
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Stay in the Game
Did you know that prostate cancer detected in its earliest stages can be effectively treated? In addition to showing your support on the field or on the court, you'll want to discuss your level of risk of developing prostate cancer with your doctor to determine whether regular prostate screening is right for you.
Starting at age 40, guidelines suggest an initial PSA and DRE screening, but all decisions about screening should be individualized based on your level of risk, your family health history, and your life expectancy.
Not everyone experiences symptoms of prostate cancer, but if you experience any changes in urinary or sexual function, you should consult with your doctor right away.