African-American Prostate Cancer Survivor Study
If you are an African-American prostate cancer survivor.
Clark Atlanta Cancer Center is conducting a research project to find out why African-American men are diagnosed at higher rates for prostate cancer than Caucasian men.
They are asking for African-American prostate cancer survivors to support this research project by completing a short (15 minute) confidential online survey.
Please go to www.pcregistry.cau.edu and follow these steps:
1) Click on “Create an account for Survey”.
2) Fill out this page and put in a User Name and Password (each needs to be a minimum 8 letters).
3) Put a check at the bottom of the page that you agree to the survey.
4) This should bring you to the survey.
If you have any questions, please call Frank Catroneo (Georgia Prostate Cancer Coalition) @ (770) 619-0710 or email at firstname.lastname@example.org.
If you have any friends or family that are African-American prostate cancer survivors, please ask them to complete the survey and support GPCC in the process.
Thank you for your support…it will help save lives