THE 10 factor fights prostate cancer
According to the American Cancer Society, "About 1 man in 7 will be diagnosed with prostate cancer during his lifetime. Prostate cancer develops in older men. About 6 cases in 10 are diagnosed in men aged 65 or older, and it is rare before age 40. The average age at the time of diagnosis is about 66."
When I first read the prostate cancer statistics it blew my mind. In my own family, my grandfather was diagnosed years ago as was my father more recently. Now that I have increased my personal awareness and started the conversation it is hard to find families not personally connected to this awful disease.
My brand "The 10 Factor", my company "Trade Up Consulting", and I remain committed to the fight against prostate cancer; but it is going to take more than just us to raise awareness. I believe there is strength in numbers and I am hoping you will join me to fight. For this reason I humbly request any contributions you make through our sites be made on behalf of â€œTim Meuchelâ€. This way we can pool our efforts and hopefully leverage the results to inspire the masses to join the fight.
Please follow the directions below to make your contribution today.
Thank you for your support!
Tim Meuchel - The 10 Factor
Instructions for making a gift to the Brady Urological Institute in honor of Tim Meuchel:
- Select the In Honor Of button
- Enter Tim Meuchel in the honoree box that immediately follows
GIFTS OF CASH & CHECKS
Gifts of cash & checks would be made payable to Johns Hopkins Medicine and sent to the following address:
Eliano A. Younes
The Brady Urological Institute
600 N. Wolfe St, CMSC 130
Baltimore, MD 21287
- Prostate Cancer Discovery Fund on the memo line of the check
- Include a memo on the check (or a note included) indicating that the gift is IHO Tim Meuchel
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