Mike Haynes Needs Your Help

In 2008, on the morning of the Pro Football Hall of Fame enshrinement, Mike Haynes took a free prostate cancer test, offered to retired players by the NFL Player Care Foundation through the Urology Care Foundation. That's what led to the discovery that he had prostate cancer.


Mike's cancer was detected early enough to get effective treatment, and now he is a survivor. Knowing that 1 in 6 men will be diagnosed with prostate cancer, and that African-American men are twice as likely to die from the disease, Mike now speaks out for men across the country about prostate cancer awareness.

As the official spokesperson for the Urology Care Foundation, Mike Haynes invites you to join fans and players to help spread the word about prostate cancer and the importance of early detection.

To keep men over 40 in the game of life, fill out the form below:

Do you know your PSA score?   Yes   No

Do you plan to get screened for prostate cancer?
Yes, when I turn 40   Yes, in the next 30 days    No
Yes, within the year   No, I was recently screened

Has someone you know been diagnosed with prostate cancer?
Yes   No

Parent or Grandparent   Sibling   Spouse
Other Relative   Friend or Colleague
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