Us TOO is excited to launch The Black Men's Prostate Cancer Initiative to decrease health outcome disparities in prostate cancer treatment in the Black community through support and education.

The initiative’s first community education webinar, on March 25th, is a panel discussion on diet-related health disparities within the Black community and will feature an important conversation about nutrition and its impact on prostate, sexual, heart, and overall health.

While this webinar series has been developed for the initiative’s pilot program, based in the Hyde Park area of Chicago, and will focus on information relevant to the Black community, the webinars are open to any interested parties. We look forward to you joining us!

Thursday, March 25
7:00 – 8:30pm Central

Register at:

About the Presenters
Dr. Columbus D. Batiste is a board-certified Interventional Cardiologist and Assistant Clinical Professor at the University of California Riverside School of Medicine. Dr. Batiste’s mission is to share information so that “each-one can teach-one” about the benefits of plant-based nutrition, daily exercise, and stress reduction and therefore, provide everyone with the opportunity to take control of their health. 
Dr. Edwin K. McDonald is an Assistant Professor in Gastroenterology at the University of Chicago. He is also the Associate Director of Adult Nutrition at the University and an instructor in culinary medicine. Dr. McDonald is a trained chef dedicated to improving the health of individuals and communities through nutrition education.

Moderated by:
  • Dr. Adam B. Murphy - Assistant Professor of Urology and Preventive Medicine at Northwestern Medicine
  • Dr. Stacy Loeb - Professor of Urology and Population Health at the New York University School of Medicine and the Manhattan Veterans Affairs Medical Center

All are welcome!

This Program is a Part of
The Black Men’s Prostate Cancer Initiative,
Brought to You by Us TOO International

An initiative to decrease health outcome disparities in prostate cancer treatment in the Black community through support and education. For more information on this program, please contact Rebecca at or (773) 413-9197.

For Sponsorship Opportunities, Please Email James Hutson, Us TOO Director of Development at: or call 630-795-1002.
Presented by:

Sponsored by:
Pfizer Foundation
State of Illinois