Did You Know?
  • Prostate cancer is the most common non-skin, male-specific cancer in the U.S., affecting one in nine men
  • Approximately 174,650 men will be diagnosed with prostate cancer in 2019
  • About 31,620 men will die this year from prostate cancer (87 men every day); prostate cancer is the second largest cancer killer of men following lung cancer
  • Prostate cancer has no symptoms until it’s advanced
  • The disease is always treatable; but if detected early, prostate cancer is often curable
  • African American men have the highest incidence of prostate cancer; they are 60 percent more likely to develop the disease and more than twice as likely to die from it compared to Caucasian men
  • Men with a family history of prostate cancer are at higher risk for developing prostate cancer
  • Men who served in the military during the Vietnam and Korean wars who were exposed to Agent Orange are at a higher risk for developing prostate cancer (and other cancers/diseases)

Please join us at SEA Blue on September 15 to raise awareness about prostate cancer, to support those affected by the disease, and to fundraise to benefit the services we provide to the prostate cancer community at no charge.
SEA Blue Chicago Prostate Cancer Walk and Run
Sunday, September 15, 2019
8:00 am – 1:00 pm 
1790 North Stockton
Lincoln Park, Chicago (at LaSalle and Stockton) 
Register at www.seablueprostatewalk.org to join us
this September 15th in beautiful Lincoln Park, Chicago.
Enter code JULY19 at checkout for $5 off registration.
(Expires July 31 at midnight).
Relive some great memories from SEA Blue...
CLICK HERE to see photos from last year's event.
CLICK HERE to watch the SEA Blue video.