Men’s Health & Cancer Prevetion

Did you know that cancer can also affect men starting from a very young age? Regular check-ups and screening is important for all ages.

Join AKHB and physicians from Johns Hopkins University as they discuss the type of cancers that predominantly affect men, how to prevent them and the importance of regular annual physical exams and following screening guidelines.

Dr. Samuel Denmeade, MD is originally from Youngstown, Ohio. He received his undergraduate and medical degree from Columbia University in New York City. He did his Internal Medicine residency at the University of Chicago. He completed a medical oncology fellowship and a research fellowship at Johns Hopkins. In 1998 he joined the faculty of Oncology.  He is Professor of Oncology, Urology and Pharmacology and serves as the Director of the Prostate Cancer Program at Johns Hopkins He does both laboratory and clinical research all focused on developing and testing new therapies for prostate cancer.

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