ZERO, an public awareness organization that is dedicated to the prevention and proper care of prostate cancer, has stepped up its efforts to improve prostate cancer screenings in light of questionable media reports that say that they are unnecessary.
“There are many mixed messages floating around in the media, and ZERO is asking men to take their health into their own hands,” said Skip Lockwood, CEO of ZERO. “It is critical that men take an active role in protecting their health by talking to their doctor and keeping up to date on new research and advances in prostate cancer diagnosis and treatment.”
Prostate cancer is one of the leading causes of cancer in men, and it should be one of the primary health concerns of men in middle age. In addition to talking to their doctor and having regular screenings, there are also a number of vitamin supplements that can help to reduce one's chances of developing the disease.
Clinician's Choice Prostate Guardian combines selenium, lycopene and vitamin E to help support the long-term health of a man's prostate to help prevent the development of potentially deadly forms of cancer.