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Prostate Cancer Canada is happy to provide you with Prostate Cancer Canada promotional materials to support your event. Please indicate the number of promotional materials you will require for the event:










Please note that the Foundation reserves the right to approve all materials using our logo or messaging prior to printing. Please forward copies of your promotional materials as PDF, JPEG or Word documents to even
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