This show is dedicated to Lawrence “Chat” Chatfield, my brother-n- law, who passed away June 2, 2015, after a long battle against prostate cancer. He was married to my sister Pam for 38 years. They had 2 daughters, 6 grand children and 2 great grand children. He was a loving husband and great father. I enjoyed fishing with him and he was always ready to go. He was a good guy and will be missed. My family and I thank you all for your thoughts and prayers during this difficult time. Rest in peace Lawrence “Chat” Chatfield my brother, my friend.
Linwood Jackson will be speaking with Norwood “Woody” Sloan, Scoop Kane and Joseph Kane lll, on The Linwood Jackson Radio Show 2-3 Sunday, June 7.
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Norwood “Woody” Sloan will be on to communicate with, and educate the African-American community about prostate cancer and why early testing is important. Because African-American men have a higher risk for prostate cancer than men of other races. Joe Kane will be on to talk his musical experiences, music as therapy and offer tips to aspiring artist.
Norwood “Woody” Sloan, Leads “Let’s Talk About It,” a program with the American Cancer Society that starts dialogues in the African-American community about why early testing is important. Because African-American men have a higher risk for prostate cancer than men of other races, American Cancer Society guidelines recommend they begin yearly screening with a PSA blood test and digital rectal exam at age 45. Sloan spent 20 years in the Air Force and then worked for AT&T management for 20 years and never called in sick. At age 59, Woody was diagnosed with prostate cancer.
Sloan served as a support group facilitator, served on the Education Committee of the Capital Area Prostate Cancer Network (CAPCAN). He has served on the American Cancer Society Regional Prostate Health Awareness Committee for 11 years. Woody was interviewed for a film called “Prostate Cancer: Are You at Risk?” featuring 3 men undergoing different treatments for prostate cancer.
Sloan joined the Warriors Against Prostate Cancer at the Christiana Care Health System in Newark, Del. He is a volunteer who helps to educate men about prostate cancer.
To learn more about prostate cancer, Prevention and Early Detection, Treatment and Support and to Explore Prostate Cancer Research go to http://www.cancer.org/cancer/prostatecancer/index and Get Involved!
Joseph Kane lll, is a Trumpet & Fluglehorn player. He plays with the Raising Kane Band, “The band with the horns!” with his brother Scoop Kane on trombone. Joe and Scoop Kane have traveled the world playing with a lot of groups and artist since the 70’s. As members of the Raising Kane Band they still travel the world playing great music. They will be on to talk about their experiences and offer tips to aspiring artist.
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