Plenty of coverage this morning on Imus' announcement that he has stage II prostate cancer.
Links to this morning's articles:
Few things are more chilling to men than the prospect of prostate cancer.
It is the second leading cause of death in American man - nearly 30,000 will die of it this year.
Yet, prostate cancer it is one of the most treatable forms of cancer - if it's caught in time.
"If detected early, prostate cancer is curable," says Srikishna Surasi, a urologist at Woodhull Medical Center in Brooklyn.
That is why doctors recommend that men over 40 - especially African-American men and those with a family history of prostate cancer - get their prostate checked annually.
All men over 50 should also get PSA tests, which detects cancer by measuring the prostate specific antigen in the bloodstream.
In the last six years, more than 120,000 New Yorkers have gotten free prostate exams courtesy of The Daily News and top medical professionals.
The News is planning to offer free PSA tests again this year, starting on Father's Day.