February is Black History Month and National Cancer Awareness Month

More than three million men in the United States are living with prostate cancer, which is two to three times more likely to occur in Black Americans. In recognition of Black History Month, the NCC salutes the work of Dr. Isaac Powell, who practices urologic oncology at Wayne State University with a focus on the genetics of prostate cancer development and the influence of race on cancer behavior, particularly in African American men.


The NCC is proud to sponsor the recently launched Prostate Cancer Project to fund post-doctorate fellows pursuing promising and innovative research in prostate cancer.

and support National Cancer Center’s Prostate Cancer Project and other innovative research now!