FORMER PRO FOOTBALL STAR PROMOTES HIS GAME PLAN TO HELP MEN STAY ACTIVE WHILE TACKLING TOUGH PROSTATE CANCER AND BLADDER CONTROL ISSUES
FACT: 1 in 6 men are going to get prostate cancer – that’s 4,000,000 Americans
FACT: A common side effect of prostate surgery is bladder leakage
Many men don’t realize how common bladder leakage is because they’re not talking to each other about these topics. Tony Siragusa is teaming up with Depend on a new program to help men with bladder leakage guard their manhood and get back to living an active lifestyle.
Tony’s partnership with Depend benefits The V Foundation for Cancer Research with the brand donating $50,000 in his name to fund prostate cancer research. The V Foundation was founded in 1993 by ESPN and the late Jim Valvano, legendary North Carolina State basketball coach and ESPN commentator. It awards 100 percent of direct donations and net proceeds of events directly to cancer research and related programs.
Tony will be available for interviews to discuss the impact light bladder leakage has on men, ways men can get back in the game and new products that can help them manage this common condition. Men are encouraged to visit www.GuardYourManhood.com for Tony’s tips and tools.
Tony “The Goose” Siragusa
Tony Siragusa played 12 seasons in the NFL as one of the league’s premiere defensive lineman. He is a sideline analyst for NFL games broadcast on the Fox Network and a host of Man Caves, a home renovation program on the DIY Network. GuardYourManhood.com Tony’s complete bio:http://www.diynetwork.com/tony-siragusa-bio/bio/index.html
FACTS ABOUT THE V FOUNDATION FOR CANCER RESEARCH
•Founded by ESPN and college basketball coach Jim Valvano in 1993 after he was diagnosed with cancer.
•Actively searches for a cure for all cancers by funding grants on an annual basis.
•Since 1993, The V Foundation has funded more than $100 million in cancer research grants nationwide.