Urology Research and Education Foundation (UREF) is a 501(c)(3) organization dedicated to advancing knowledge about the prevention, diagnosis, and treatment of urologic conditions affecting men though education, community service and research. Urology conditions affecting men include prostate cancer, testicular cancer, prostate enlargement, infertility, erectile dysfunction and others. UREF's main focus is men's health and prostate cancer. Across all age groups men have a 64% higher death rate than women and are consistently more vulnerable to developing and dying prematurely from nearly all cancers.
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DREW PEARSON RECEIVES MAN OF ACTION AWARD
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The 3rd Annual Dan Fulgham Memorial Dinner celebrating men's health and honoring Dr. Fulgham's father, Dan Fulgham, was be held at the National Soccer Hall of Fame in Frisco, Thursday, Sept 5, 2019.
This year's honoree and recipient of the Man of Action award was Drew Pearson, former Dallas Cowboy wide receiver. Known for making many great plays he is probably best known for receiving the "Hail Mary" pass from Roger Staubach at a playoff game in 1975, one of the top NFL plays.
Drew signed his book, "Hail Mary, the Drew Pearson Story." A speed painter surprised Drew and the audience with a re-creation of the hail Mary pass.