Us TOO Grand Bahama Chapter has announced a partnership with Phi Beta Sigma fraternity to promote general knowledge regarding Prostate Cancer Awareness.
Chapter Leader, Dr. Andrew Moxey was highly pleased for the new partnership and anticipates great collaborative efforts between both organizations.
"Today, UsTOO Grand Bahama Chapter is very pleased to announce a recently established collaboration between our organization and Omicron Pi Sigma chapter of Phi Beta Sigma Fraternity Inc.
We are honored to have them as partners to participate in some of our programs as we continue our fight against Prostate Cancer and promote general men's health here in Grand Bahama. Today's announcement takes on added significance as we are poised to formally launch our 2013 education and screening campaign.
However, Moxey praised the efforts of the fraternity, as the burden will be shared amongst both organizations.
"Collaborations such as this one certainly make our burden lighter as I anticipate that we will share ideas, network contacts and other resources. We look forward to a very long effective relationship between our two organizations," he said.
However, Moxey also noted that he looks forward to hosting the first meeting of this year to further educate the men in the community.
"I also wish to use this forum to announce our first open town meeting of 2013, which is scheduled for Friday, March 22 at 7:00 p.m. This meeting will be held at the BPSU Hall. Our guest speaker for this event is Dr. Kevin Bethel, who will share some invaluable insights into the benefits of the PCA3 Urinalysis as an alternative nutritional choice that promotes prostate health as well as general health," he said.