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Hall of Fame Quarterback Takes Hit From Prostate Cancer, Urges Men to be Proactive About Their Own Prostate Health
Date:8/25/2009

lly talked about the war, his health or anything to anyone," Dawson explained. "His symptoms had to show before he would take action and finally go to the doctor. The problem was that by that time, it was too late, and the cancer had spread throughout his body."

To help educate other men about the dangers of prostate cancer and the importance of seeing a doctor, Dawson has joined forces with Kimberly-Clark and several other sports legends in The Depend Campaign to End Prostate Cancer.

"For men managing incontinence due to prostate health issues, every time you buy Depend products for men, proceeds from that purchase will contribute to an overall donation of $250,000 to ZERO - The Project to End Prostate Cancer," Dawson said.

Dawson hopes that sharing his experience will inspire men to talk to other men about this serious issue and to be proactive about their own prostate health.

"My personal advice to men 40 years of age and older is to get tested every year, because if you stay on top of the situation, then you'll take care of the situation, and you won't die of prostate cancer. Go see a doctor, get tested."

You can read more from Len Dawson and get information about The Depend Campaign to End Prostate Cancer by visiting Depend.com.

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