$1000 For You, $1000 For Him

Yep. We've got a $2000 prize on the line for one lucky person and a +1.

Yep. We've got a $2000 prize on the line for one lucky person and a +1. Who's the +1? It could be your husband, your dad, your brother, your father-in-law, a friend. The key is that they are a man you know and love and want to keep around for a long time.

$1000 for you + $1000 for him + better health = Winning Combination.

WIN $1000 for YOU and $1000 for HIM!

Why are we talking about prostate cancer?

Over 240,000 men are diagnosed with prostate cancer each year. The American Cancer Society estimates that about 1 in 6 American men will receive a diagnosis of prostate cancer in their lifetime and more than 2.5 million men in the United States count themselves as prostate cancer survivors. Prolaris wants more survivors and better treatment.

Prolaris is a genetic test for prostate cancer that combines traditional risk factors with a molecular assessment of the aggressiveness of an individual patient’s cancer. Prolaris provides unique information about a patient’s cancer and can help doctors and patients make the most informed treatment decisions.

We know that women are at the helm of their families health and we want to provide a little more incentive for families to take the time to learn more about prostate cancer and the treatment options.

How to Enter

Knowledge is power and we want to spread some around. Sign you and your loved one up for a series of 3 emails that will empower you with what you need to know about prostate cancer.

Each unique email address submitted is considered an entry and eligible to win.

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* Open to U.S. and Canadian Residents. Winner will be notified via email. One winner will receive $2000 ($1000 for the contest entrant and $1000 for the person that they entered). Two $1000 Visa Gift cards will be sent. Contest ends Tuesday, May 5th 2015 at midnight PST. 


Hayes Tough

There Are Only Two Ways To Live Your Life

In January 2016, Hayes was diagnosed with Choroid Plexus Carcinoma, an extremely rare form of cancer that affects 1 in 3 million people. His strong will and fight helped him endure five rounds of intensive chemo and a stem cell transplant.