Sunday , June 16 2019

Men’s health advocate returns to Eugene, where his journey started

EUGENE, Ore. – A man is traveling across the U. S. with his dog, advocating for men’s health, and it all started in Eugene eight years ago. At age 35, Gabe Canales was diagnosed with prostate cancer, and since has spoken to hundreds on behalf of his lifestyle change and how he has been dealing with the disease. He also started a foundation, called Blue Cure, which raises awareness about risk, and improving prostate cancer outcomes.
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