Bayer and Baseball Great Ken Griffey Sr. to Attend Events for Prostate Cancer Awareness Month

Bayer and Baseball Great Ken Griffey Sr. to Attend Events for Prostate Cancer Awareness Month
This month, Bayer will be attending events nationwide with baseball legend and Men Who Speak Up spokesman Ken Griffey Sr. to recognize Prostate Cancer Awareness Month and support the battle against prostate cancer (PC). Griffey, a prostate cancer survivor, hopes to empower men to speak up about the warning signs of the disease, such as fatigue and difficulty in performing daily activities. The national movement Men Who Speak Up raises awareness about the symptoms of prostate cancer to encourage men to take action against their disease. The program was created to give voice to prostate cancer patients, doctors, and caregivers, as well as the advocacy groups who support them. "Prostate cancer means a lot to me personally, having lost four uncles to the disease and recently learning of my brother's diagnosis," Griffey Sr. said in a press release. "Every place I go with Men Who Speak Up, I meet someone who speaks up and shares their prostate cancer story with me. Others thank me for the reminder to be more vocal. Some people haven't ever spoken up. We have to change that, and we're seeing the change start to happen right before our eyes. I can't wait to get out into the community during Prostate Cancer Awareness Month." Griffey Sr. and his son, baseball Hall-of-Famer Ken Griffey Jr., joined Men Who Speak Up on this year’s
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