ABC TV Hit Dancing with the Stars’ Celebrities Support Prostate Cancer Awareness
Prostate Cancer Research Institute Presents AdMeTech Foundation’s Dance for a Cure
BOSTON, Sept. 9, 2011 /PRNewswire-USNewswire/ — WHAT/WHO: On September 10 in Los Angeles, ABC TV megahit Dancing with the Stars’ (DWTS) celebrities Anna Trebunskaya, Jonathan Roberts and Nick Kosovich will appear in support of the AdMeTech Foundation’s Dance for the Cure of Prostate Cancer at the 13(th) Annual Conference of the Prostate Cancer Research Institute (PCRI). This event is held to honor National Prostate Cancer Awareness Month. Highlights include:
Nick Kosovich will serve as a Master of Ceremonies. Mr. Kosovich is a world champion of ballroom dancing and Emmy Award nominee. He recently coached several celebrities to victory in DWTS, including football great Hines Ward in the last season and entertainer Donny Osmond in the fall of 2009.
Anna Trebunskaya and Jonathan Roberts will perform and conduct an introductory ballroom dancing lesson. Anna recently appeared on DWTS with boxing legend Sugar Ray Leonard and figure skating Olympian Evan Lysacek. Jonathan is a world champion of ballroom dancing and a long-standing professional cast member of DWTS.
Dr. Faina Shtern, President of AdMeTech Foundation will review novel groundbreaking programs in prostate cancer research, education and awareness
Dr. Mark Scholz, Executive Director of PCRI will announce winners of special annual awards
WHY: Prostate cancer is the most common major cancer in the United States. African American men are impacted disproportionately, with 250% higher mortality and 60% higher incidence. In spite of the magnitude of the prostate cancer epidemic, men do not have accurate diagnostic tools for early detection critical for saving lives. The impact is staggering: a man dies every 16 minutes.
WHEN/WHERE: Saturday, September 10, 2011, 8 to 10 pm, Westin LAX
ABOUT PCRI: A Los Angeles-based not-for-profit organization with the mission to improve the quality of men’s lives by supporting new, and potentially breakthrough, research and disseminating information that educates and empowers patients, families and the medical community. For the last thirteen years, PCRI holds annual conference featuring distinguished faculty and cutting-edge innovation and research to educate prostate cancer patients and to enhance their outcomes. (http://www.prostate-cancer.org)
ABOUT ADMETECH FOUNDATION: A Boston-based non-profit organization which conducts ground-breaking programs in research, education and awareness to advance diagnostic tools for improved early detection and treatment of prostate cancer. AdMeTech established Dance for a Cure of Prostate Cancer as a public awareness and fundraising campaign to end the prostate cancer crisis. (Visit www.admetech.org)
SOURCE AdMeTech Foundation