Prostate Cancer Awareness Month - 2022

Spotting cancer early saves lives. During Prostate Cancer Awareness Month, The Christ Hospital Health Network team reminds all men about the importance of regular check-ups with their doctor and ways to lower prostate cancer risk.

According to the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention, prostate cancer is the most common non-skin cancer in American men. It’s more likely to develop in older men and non-Hispanic Black men. It is rare for someone under 40 to be diagnosed.

“Prostate cancer can be detected early even before you may show symptoms,” said Brian Mannion, MD, medical oncologist with The Christ Hospital Physicians – Hematology & Oncology. 

“Your doctor will recommend screening based on your age, health, risk factors and family history. It’s important to find out if prostate screening is right for you and to talk to your primary care provider about whether you need to be tested earlier in life.”

Featured Articles


Should You Get Screened for Prostate Cancer? And When?

Prostate cancer doesn't act the same in every man - and sometimes may not even need surgery for treatment. Urology specialist Dr. Justin Cox shares why for most guys, screening starts with a simple talk with your doctor.

My Prostate Screening is Abnormal. Now What Should I Do?

What do your PSA test results mean? Learn the indications of potential prostate cancer—and what your next steps might be.

My Doctor Recommended Prostate Surgery. What Are My Options?

Prostate surgery is now mostly done through a minimally invasive approach with better outcomes and lower risks of side effects. Urology specialist Dr. Justin Cox answers questions about newer techniques and their advantages over open surgery.

Bone-Fortifying Foods to Consider During Prostate Cancer Treatment

Some prostate cancer treatments carry a risk for developing osteoporosis and brittle bones. Learn how adding a nutritionist to your care team can fortify those bones with a food-based approach.


Foods that Fight Prostate Cancer

When something as simple as food can make positive changes in your body (and tastes delicious!) why wouldn't you eat them daily? The payoff is your health and longevity.

Getting Answers to Questions About Prostate Cancer: Robby's Story

Robby Brookins felt like he wasn’t getting the prostate cancer care he deserved until he searched for help and found it at The Christ Hospital.

Featured Events


Prostate Cancer Education Series – Virtual on Zoom

This free series is open to those living with prostate cancer and their loved ones to gain in-depth knowledge about prostate cancer specific related issues. Presented in partnership with the Cancer Support Community of Greater Cincinnati-Northern Kentucky.
  • Brian Mannion, MD  |  September 28, 7 – 9 p.m.
  • Anish Shah, MD  |  October 26, 7 – 9 p.m.

CLICK HERE TO REGISTER


Zero Prostate Cancer Run / Walk – In-Person or Virtual

Join The Christ Hospital Cancer Center Team or register on your own to raise funds, share hope, and inspire bold action to zero-out prostate cancer.

  • October 9, 2022, 9 a.m.  |  Otto Armleder Memorial Park & Recreation Complex

CLICK HERE TO LEARN MORE OR TO REGISTER


Featured Services


Prostate and Urologic Cancers

If you have prostate or bladder cancer, you're looking for the best care—including top doctors, the newest treatments and the latest research. At The Christ Hospital Health Network, we offer a best-in-class experience that meets all your needs.

Second Opinion Clinic for Prostate Cancer

Diagnosed with prostate cancer and want a second opinion? Learn about our Second Opinion Clinic for Prostate Cancer.



Prostate Cancer Awareness Month - 2022 Spotting cancer early saves lives. During Prostate Cancer Awareness Month, our team wants to remind men about the importance of screening and ways for men to lower their prostate cancer risk.
Spotting cancer early saves lives. During Prostate Cancer Awareness Month, The Christ Hospital Health Network team reminds all men about the importance of regular check-ups with their doctor and ways to lower prostate cancer risk.

According to the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention, prostate cancer is the most common non-skin cancer in American men. It’s more likely to develop in older men and non-Hispanic Black men. It is rare for someone under 40 to be diagnosed.

“Prostate cancer can be detected early even before you may show symptoms,” said Brian Mannion, MD, medical oncologist with The Christ Hospital Physicians – Hematology & Oncology. 

“Your doctor will recommend screening based on your age, health, risk factors and family history. It’s important to find out if prostate screening is right for you and to talk to your primary care provider about whether you need to be tested earlier in life.”

Featured Articles


Should You Get Screened for Prostate Cancer? And When?

Prostate cancer doesn't act the same in every man - and sometimes may not even need surgery for treatment. Urology specialist Dr. Justin Cox shares why for most guys, screening starts with a simple talk with your doctor.

My Prostate Screening is Abnormal. Now What Should I Do?

What do your PSA test results mean? Learn the indications of potential prostate cancer—and what your next steps might be.

My Doctor Recommended Prostate Surgery. What Are My Options?

Prostate surgery is now mostly done through a minimally invasive approach with better outcomes and lower risks of side effects. Urology specialist Dr. Justin Cox answers questions about newer techniques and their advantages over open surgery.

Bone-Fortifying Foods to Consider During Prostate Cancer Treatment

Some prostate cancer treatments carry a risk for developing osteoporosis and brittle bones. Learn how adding a nutritionist to your care team can fortify those bones with a food-based approach.


Foods that Fight Prostate Cancer

When something as simple as food can make positive changes in your body (and tastes delicious!) why wouldn't you eat them daily? The payoff is your health and longevity.

Getting Answers to Questions About Prostate Cancer: Robby's Story

Robby Brookins felt like he wasn’t getting the prostate cancer care he deserved until he searched for help and found it at The Christ Hospital.

Featured Events


Prostate Cancer Education Series – Virtual on Zoom

This free series is open to those living with prostate cancer and their loved ones to gain in-depth knowledge about prostate cancer specific related issues. Presented in partnership with the Cancer Support Community of Greater Cincinnati-Northern Kentucky.
  • Brian Mannion, MD  |  September 28, 7 – 9 p.m.
  • Anish Shah, MD  |  October 26, 7 – 9 p.m.

CLICK HERE TO REGISTER


Zero Prostate Cancer Run / Walk – In-Person or Virtual

Join The Christ Hospital Cancer Center Team or register on your own to raise funds, share hope, and inspire bold action to zero-out prostate cancer.

  • October 9, 2022, 9 a.m.  |  Otto Armleder Memorial Park & Recreation Complex

CLICK HERE TO LEARN MORE OR TO REGISTER


Featured Services


Prostate and Urologic Cancers

If you have prostate or bladder cancer, you're looking for the best care—including top doctors, the newest treatments and the latest research. At The Christ Hospital Health Network, we offer a best-in-class experience that meets all your needs.

Second Opinion Clinic for Prostate Cancer

Diagnosed with prostate cancer and want a second opinion? Learn about our Second Opinion Clinic for Prostate Cancer.



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