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Do you know that flax Seeds carry one of the richest payloads on the planet? Flax is rich in cancer fighting omega3, protein and both essential fibers. 100% Golden Flax Four is gluten free and is natures best source of antioxidants. The world is rediscovering the healthy benefits of this ancient seed. But one thing many folks don't know is, humans can't digest flax unless the seed is ground into a flour, the only animal that can digest a whole flax seed, is a cow, because cows have four stomachs.

Go to www.flaxenergy.ca and buy a 1 KG bag of flax flour and 50% of each sale goes to Prostate Cancer Canada.


Java Works, a third generation family-owned and operated speciality coffee roaster based out of Mississauga, Ontario, is pleased to offer Bravado Blue, a custom espresso blend exclusive to PCC.  Stop by your local Winners or Home Sense stores, or look for it on their online store, to get your Java and give at the same time!  A portion of the proceeds from each unit sold will be donated to the fight against the most common cancer to affect Canadian men. 

Learn more at javaworks.ca.

 


Clothing Retailers

Please see below for a list of PCC tie retailers.*
*Money raised from the sale of these items will go towards the development of programs related to awareness, public education, advocacy, support of those affected, and research into the prevention, detection, treatment and cure of prostate cancer.

 

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PCC Spotlight
Prostate cancer researchers develop personalized genetic test to accurately predict recurrence risk

TORONTO, ON - November 13, 2014 – Prostate cancer researchers have developed a genetic test to identify which men are at highest risk for their prostate cancer to come back after localized treatment with surgery or radiotherapy. More

Prostate Cancer Canada reminds men that early detection using ‘Smart Screening’ for prostate cancer

Toronto, ON – October 27, 2014 – Prostate Cancer Canada responds today to guidelines released from The Canadian Task Force on Preventive Health Care (CTFPHC) recommending that the Prostate Specific Antigen (PSA) test should be eliminated as a screening tool for prostate cancer. More


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