Wendy Poage earned her Bachelor of Science degree at the Colorado State University in 1993 and her Masters of Health Care Administration at Webster University in 1997. Wendy has been the President of the Prostate Conditions Education Council since 1998 and the Administrator of Urologic Oncology at the University of Colorado Health Sciences Center for over ten years.

Wendy's vast experience with prostate cancer includes leadership positions in renowned educational institutions, hospitals, non-profits and private practice settings. Her unique expertise and areas of interests include bridging the gap between patients, research and their medical providers, cause marketing for challenging demographics and building innovative national and international programs that are highly sought after by outside entities. Wendy actively participates in research and has a variety of publications including scientific abstracts and general magazine articles. Wendy has also been selected to serve with several affiliated non-profits around the country including her role as Vice President of the National Alliance for State Prostate Cancer Coalitions, Obadiah Cole Foundation and the Prostate Cancer Roundtable. As a highly sought after international consultant and resource, she speaks to both physician and patient groups including recent speaking engagments at the American Urological Association, the American Association of Clinical Chemistry, the International Prostate Cancer Update and the Future Directions in Urology Symposium.

Prostate cancer is a disease that is most successfully treated when it is detected early on.  As the research community explores various methods to detecting the disease, PCEC continues to encourage men to play an active role in their health by looking to those trusted sources of prostate cancer testing – the PSA and DRE.

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