Two Books for Black Men on Prostate Cancer

African-American men have the highest rate of prostate cancer in the world and the lowest rate of survival. Did you know that 1 in 4 black men get prostate cancer and that they have about a 60% higher incidence rate than white men?

In honor of September being Prostate Cancer Awareness Month, Hilton Publishing, the only national book publisher dedicated to minority health and wellness, would like to help you promote awareness by offering two of our books at a discounted price.

We believe that these books, THAT BLACK MEN MIGHT LIVE: My Fight Against Prostate Cancer, by the late Rev. Charles R. Williams and Vernon A. Williams, and TAKING CARE OF OUR OWN: A Black Americanís Guide to Family Medicine, by George Edmond Smith, MD, MEd (retails for $16.95).

If you are interested in learning about some of our other titles, please visit our website: www.hiltonpub.com.



THAT BLACK MEN MIGHT LIVE: Through the personal story of the late Rev. Charles Williams, this book addresses the important, but often neglected, issue of black men and prostate cancer.

Even with his extensive knowledge of healthcare and education, Rev. Williams did not pay attention to his own needs and was diagnosed with prostate cancer at an advanced stage. This book is more than a biography and shows how and why black men can break the cycle of health care illiteracy.

TAKING CARE OF OUR OWN: A gold mine of medical information for African Americans, this book tells readers how to successfully prevent and treat more than 100 diseases and conditions that directly affect them. This helpful guide is easy-to-understand and illustrated.

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Posted 9/06

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