Bay medical center is offering a free PSA screening and prostate cancer seminar Thursday.
You'll be able to discuss options from robot assisted surgery to radiation therapy, all the treatment options that are available for prostate cancer.
You'll also be able to ask any questions about symptoms and treatment and get answers from the experts.
The seminar will take place in the Medical Office building Auditorium on Thursday at 5 p.m.
Seating is limited; call 747-6541 to reserve your space.
Attendees will receive a certificate for a free PSA screening.
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