Unitas to help launch Prostate Disease Awareness Week

November 13, 1995

Baltimore Colts legend Johnny Unitas will join Maryland officials in Annapolis tomorrow to kick off Prostate Disease Awareness Week.

The American Cancer Society predicts that 4,900 Maryland men will be diagnosed this year with prostate cancer.

The Colts quarterback, who has been under treatment for prostate enlargement, is scheduled to speak at a breakfast at the Loews Hotel to call attention to the health problem that affects one in four men age 50 and older.

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