Is a prostate cancer survivor.

Nine high schools in two southern Oregon Counties Klamath Lake and are new to the blue flag campaign. Tim Murphy, a football referee for 30 years and secretary-treasurer of the Klamath Falls Football Officials Association, is a prostate cancer survivor, and among those who carrying out the specific at this week's at this week's games. as a survivor, whose family has been affected by prostate cancer more than once, I believe strongly in the importance of men having prostate cancer and their options for screening, he said..

'We are delighted to be part of this project, organization organization has been affected by cancer, and we would love nothing more than the awareness the awareness to the fight against this devastating disease, 'said Donny Sanchez, president of the Albuquerque Football Officials Association.Other participants be Darren S. Dumlao and Edward A. Dennis of the School of Chemistry and Biochemistry at and the Institute of Pharmacology, Damien T. Division of Cellular and Molecular Medicine, and Kim E. Barrett and Hui Dong, the Department of medicine, all of on University of California, in San Diego.