CLEVELAND, OH (WOIO) - The Cleveland Clinic hosted the 8th annual Minority Men's Health Fair Thursday.
The fair was held at the Minority Men's Health Center on the Clinic's main campus.
The Minority Men's Health Center was created in an effort to focus on prostate cancer and renal transplantation in African American men.
During the event, attendees were tested for FREE for a variety of conditions and diseases that are particularly prevalent, under diagnosed, under treated and more often fatal in minority men, including prostate cancer, diabetes, hypertension and kidney disease.
19 Action News' Sharon Reed and Harry Boomer were also at the event.
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