It is designed to prevent prostate cancer not only in Lithuania but also in Europe in November. This year, three organizations have joined together to raise the issue of men and to attract more citizens to active prostate cancer care. One of the most important, Uava Runaway, is not only for men in the last November men.
Today, about 450,000 prostate cancer cases are diagnosed in Europe. men with symptoms of prostate cancer diagnosed in Lithuania up to 500. Clustering in the early stages does not indicate explicit signs, so men are encouraged to do so even when they are experiencing a prostate specific antigen (PSA) test.
According to Paul Raksstein, Director of Prostate Cancer Society, prostate cancer is more likely to be diagnosed by younger patients, so older people should not be worried about their health.
"As a result of this disease, it was necessary to check after age 50. Today, the study of prostate cancer should last for more than 40 years. Especially for family members who have been diagnosed with cancer. " Raksshis.
In November, PSA tests are held every year to help men not be afraid to talk about prostate cancer and to encourage their health to take care of their loved ones.
This year, three organizations – the Prostate Cancer Society, November and the American Escaped – have joined forces to raise awareness of prostate cancer this year.
For the past four years, the last beard of November has begun in a friendly match and has become a tradition that covers over one hundred participants.
"In March, all marathons were over, people moved a little, so we thought it would be a great time to grow rabbits and muffs and to run the race for the last Sunday of the month. The main idea – if you let the time go on the clock, you can go to the doctor the next day, "said Masters Bass, one of Ussat's organizers.
The interest in this event is increasing every year. This year, on November 25, a journey to the Botanical Garden of the University of Vilnius. It is planned to attract about 500 participants. The initiative is funded by pharmaceutical companies Ipsen and Sanofi.
Not only men but also women and children are invited to the "Ufa Running" event. "We are looking forward to a circle of relatives in the proliferation of prostate cancer. Because women and children are encouraged to explore their families, "says Famms.