Prostate Cancer Survivor’s Strong Message

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Generally, men are not screened for prostate cancer until age 50.  But Tom Carafa was diagnosed in his 40's, and many other men have been, too.  So he's on a mission to get the screening protocol changed to age 35.  He also wants to educate men about a NEW 4-K test that can spare them from a biopsy.  Tom founded to offer the latest information and reach out to men who've been diagnosed, to help them better deal with depression, divorce, and thoughts of suicide. You can also check out his Facebook page!