Thank you for your interest in the Prostate Cancer Awareness Project's (PCAP) free online PSA tracking service, ProstateTracker. We expect to have this service fully operational on June 17th, 2012, Father's Day, at http://www.ProstateTracker.org.
ProstateTracker will allow you to record your PSA and Free PSA information and receive an automatic email or text message reminder when your next test is due. Once you have entered two years of data, ProstateTracker will show you a trend line for your values, which will indicate if there is any reason for concern.
We will email you when the ProstateTracker service is available. We do not need your last name, only your first name and a valid email address. As a prostate cancer survivor myself, I share everyone's concern about information privacy. The PCAP will never share your contact information with any other entity.
You can help reduce prostate cancer deaths in several easy ways:
Follow us on Facebook at "Prostate Cancer Awareness Project," "Prostate Cancer Pony Express," and our program blogs, which you can find at the "Blog" tab at http://www.29000men.org. (29,000 was the number of men who died from prostate cancer in 2008; in 2011, over 34,000 men died from prostate cancer.)
Share this email with you friends, both male and female. Beating prostate cancer is a team effort, just like breast cancer.
If you are considering donating a car, please visit our vehicle donation program at http://www.CarsforProstateCancer.org. Our vehicle donation program will yield a 30% higher tax deduction than another other program.
Prostate cancer doesn't care. But we can!
Welcome to Team PCAP!
Accidental Prostate Cancer Survivor, Class of 2003