If you've recently had prostate cancer, you'll probably want to get to know all of your treatment options. The Prostate Cancer Foundation of Chicago provides a friendly place to ask experts specific questions about diagnosis and treatment – and a place to gain valuable insights from men like you who are at various points of the prostate cancer journey.
Information Support Group  The Foundation works hand-in-hand with the Chicago Prostate Cancer Center to raise awareness of prostate cancer, prevention, public education, and clinical research focused on quality of life. Free monthly sessions of the Information Support Group, led by the foundation's and center's directors, will help men and their families develop a better understanding of prostate cancer and its treatment options.
Special Guest Jonny Imerman
The next information support group meeting will be at 7 pm Wednesday, April 4, at the Center, 81
Grill 89 Full-Day Fundraiser
Also on April 4, PCFC is forming with neighbor Grill 89, 800 E. Ogden, Westmont. Eat any time from 11:00 am to 9:30 pm – maybe on the way to the information support group meeting. Grill 89 will generously donate 25 percent of all food and beverage sales throughout the day to raise money for prostate cancer research and education. No leaflet or mention is necessary.
Win a $ 100 Gift Card
Diners have a chance to win a Grill 89 gift card by taking their Grill 89 from April 4 to the Chicago Prostate Cancer Center at 815 Pasquinelli. Or send your receipt no later than Thursday, April 5th at 4pm to firstname.lastname@example.org Enter your name and phone number on your receipt. A lucky winner is drawn on Friday morning.
The Prostate Cancer Foundation of Chicago looks forward to helping men who have recently contracted prostate cancer and welcomes long-standing friends this Wednesday. For more information, visit www.facebook.com/ProstateCancerFoundationChicago or visit www.chicagoprostatefoundation.org or call (630) 654-2515