Generations Video for the Distinguished Gentleman's Ride
Some of the best things in life are passed down from father to son. For me, one of the greatest gifts I was given from my father was my love for motorcycles.
However, all that can be taken away if one neglects their health. For this reason, it's important that men get checked for prostate cancer. Second to heart disease, Prostate cancer is the second leading cause of cancer death in men in the United States.
Ninety-eight percent (98%) are alive after 10 years, and 95% live for at least 15 years. For men diagnosed with prostate cancer that has spread to other parts of the body, the 5-year survival rate drops to 28%. It is beyond imperative to catch this disease before it spreads.
My dad was one of the lucky ones. He is still here with me today and I
He is still here with me and the thought of not having him around pains me. I can only imagine what others have gone through. Who they have lost.
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Video Produced by Jason Federici and Errol Colandro
Editing: My Media Sydney
Keywords: cancer, canyon motorcycles, dgr, distinguished gentleman's ride, family, father, los angeles, los angeles motorcycle ride, mental health awareness, motorcycle, movember, research, ride dapper, sam bendall, samuel bendall photography, triumph
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