West Hartford run will raise awareness of prostate cancer

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The ZERO Prostate Cancer Run/Walk is the largest national men’s health event series, bringing together cancer survivors, patients, family members, friends, physicians, and athletes. Locally, the event takes place Sunday, April 10 at Blue Back Square, West Hartford.

This year alone, prostate cancer affects the lives more than 220,000 American men and families. One in seven men will be diagnosed with prostate cancer in his lifetime. Dr. Andrew Salner, Hartford Hospital, joined FOX 61 Good Day Connecticut to talk about the problem.

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