Gov. Wolf's Cancer To Be Treated With Radioactive SeedsIn a radio interview, 67-year-old Gov. Tom Wolf has announced his treatment for prostate cancer.
Local Urologist Explains Prostate Cancer, How It’s TreatedGov. Tom Wolf says he has prostate cancer. It was found on a routine exam.
Gov. Wolf Announces He Has Treatable Form Of Prostate CancerGov. Tom Wolf has announced that he has a treatable form of prostate cancer.
Local Diner Owner Says Cancer Diagnosis Showed Him How To LiveWhat does it take to change your life? To really change it. To get you to quit dreaming about doing what you really want to do - and start doing it?
Thousands "Man Up" For Father's Day Race On North ShoreIt’s a Father’s Day tradition.
New Cancer Treatments Giving Hope To PatientsMark Taylor was only 38 years old when he was diagnosed with cancer.
Pitt Study Giving New Hope In Fight Against Prostate CancerPredicting how prostate cancer will progress has been much like flipping a coin. But a local discovery could change that.
Man Up Jam for Prostate CancerCheck out KDKA's Paul Martino and other performers at the Man Up Jam for Prostate Cancer.
Genetic Test May Help Take Guesswork Out Of Prostate Cancer DiagnosisMen diagnosed with early-stage prostate cancer may soon have a better idea whether their cancer will advance and if they will need treatment.
PTL Links: June 25, 2013Some of today's topics include: <li><a href="http://www.shoprobinsonmall.com/" target="_blank">Mall At Robinson</a></li> <li><a href="http://pittsburgh.cbslocal.com/2013/06/25/market-district-recipes-grilled-salmon-blt-lemon-mascarpone-dip/" target="_blank">Market District</a></li> <li><a href="http://www.heinzhistorycenter.org/" target="_blank">Heinz History Center</a></li> <a href="http://pittsburgh.cbslocal.com/2013/06/25/ptl-links-june-25-2013/">Click here for more of today's links!</a>
Man Up Run Raises Prostate Cancer AwarenessIt's an effort to get guys to try and prevent a disease that kills about 30,000 men a year.
Rock Out To Raise Money For Prostate CancerHelp raise money for prostate cancer by going to Altar Bar.

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