PCRI has recently opened up a new job position and is looking for a communications professional to hire as the new Multimedia Communications Coordinator
Los Angeles, CA (PRWEB) February 28, 2013
In an ongoing effort to empower patients and their families, and to distribute valuable information regarding prostate cancer research and treatment options, the Prostate Cancer Research Institute is providing free copies of Dr. Mark Moyad’s, Promoting Wellness Beyond Hormone Therapy: Options for Prostate Cancer Patients.
Dr. Moyad’s most recent publication focuses on information regarding prostate cancer patients whose cancer is considered hormone-refractory, or castrate-resistant, which is cancer that no longer responds to hormone therapy. (It is not targeted to the recently diagnosed.) The book features comprehensive information on treatment options that are available today, as well as updates on different therapies that are in the testing phase. Throughout the book, readers will find tips for better health and wellness, as well as suggestions to reduce or eliminate side effects of treatments.
Anyone interested in ordering a free copy of the book for themselves, their support group, or to donate to a local library can call Laurie at 310-743-2116 or send an email to Laurie(at)pcri(dot)org. This offer is available for as long as supplies last.
PCRI is requesting a donation of $5 for the cost of shipping, but will cover the shipping costs for anyone that is unable to make a donation.
The Prostate Cancer Research Institute is a charitable non-profit organization dedicated to supporting research to improve the quality of men’s lives, and providing information that both educates and empowers patients, families and the medical community. Founded in 1996 by internationally recognized prostate cancer oncologists Mark C. Scholz, MD and Stephen B. Strum, MD, with support from Daniel Freeman Hospital Foundation, PCRI provides programs and services to support their mission and goals. Such programs and resources include a help line, an informative and up-to-date website, newsletters, annual conferences, advocacy, and research.
For more information, visit http://www.prostate-cancer.org.