Thank you for taking an active role in your health.
The purpose of March MAN-ness is to help men live healthier lives.
Watch a panel discussion featuring CSU Athletic Director Jack Graham, Dr. Josh Petit, radiation oncologist, Dr. Patrick Green, cardiologist, Dr. Tim Soper, urologist and Dr. TJ Seneker, primary care resident.
More than 200 people participated in March MAN-ness. Community members, physicians, CSU coaches and Eagles players were among those in attendance. To see a photo gallery of the events, click on the slideshow above or click here.
Jack Graham, shares the story of his heart attack, the importance of early detection screenings and seeing a doctor on a regular basis.
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How early detection screens can save your life. Roger Corliss shares the story of detecting his bone marrow cancer. He credits being alive today because he caught it early through regular early detection screenings.
Learn how to prevent and detect colorectal cancer
Dr. Douglas Kemme and a colon cancer survivor explain what it's like to get a colonoscopy, when you need to get one, early detection symptoms and more.
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Reducing the scope of radiation treatment for prostate cancer with early detection
The earlier you find the cancer the higher the survival rate explains Radiation Oncologist, Josh Petit, MD.
Learn more about the March MAN-ness events.
A young man shares his journey with testicular cancer, from the symptoms, to detection, to treatment, to remission. He discusses what a surprise this diagnosis was as many of the typical cancer risk factors such as smoking and drinking did not apply to him. He talks about how much more difficult treatment was because he had waited to see a doctor.
Early warning symptoms of testicular cancer, risk factors, and survival rates when detected early compared to more complicated treatments needed when it has spread.
Putting off that annual physical or cancer screening?
The fact is: What you don’t want to know can hurt you.
Keith found a lump on his neck and immediately went to his doctor. He was diagnosed with sarcoma, a type of cancer. Keith received radiation with the TrueBeam linear accelerator, which reduced and eliminated many side-effects so that he was able to mountain bike throughout his treatment.