Men's Health: Free Screening for Prostate Health
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OSF Saint Clare's Hospital
915 East Fifth Street
Alton, IL 62002
Map & Directions
Address questions about this event to
The Health Resource Center at (618) 465-2264.
The screening includes a PSA blood test, as well as a digital rectal exam by Eminajulo Adekoya, M.D., Urologist*. All screenings will take place by appointment only in the Radiation Oncology department of OSF HealthCare Saint Clare’s Hospital, 915 East Fifth Street in Alton.
For an appointment for this free screening, please call (618) 465-2264, or click on the Register Now button to receive a call back with your appointment time.
The American Cancer Society recommends that men discuss the possible risks and benefits of prostate cancer screening with their doctor before deciding whether to be screened. The discussion about screening should take place starting at age 50 for men who are at average risk of prostate cancer and expect to live at least 10 more years. It should take place at age 45 for men who are at higher risk, including African-American men and men who have a father or brother diagnosed with prostate cancer, and at age 40 for men at even higher risk.
*Independent practitioner not employed by OSF HealthCare Saint Anthony’s Health Center.