How Blue Will You Do? – Blue September

Return to Form is inviting you to our Blue Do for Blue September: Life After Prostate Cancer

Blue September is the Prostate Cancer Foundation’s national awareness campaign. That is why September is an important month for Return to Form.

Every year around 600 men die in New Zealand of prostate cancer. That’s more than 600 fathers, sons, brothers, grandfathers – gone! It happens because men don’t know how dangerous the disease is, they don’t talk to their doctor about it, they simply don’t do anything about it. This has to stop. Deaths from prostate cancer can be prevented if the disease is detected early enough.

This year for Blue September we’re asking New Zealanders to hold a Blue Do, a fundraising social event like a morning tea at work, a sausage sizzle at your sports club or maybe something bigger like a fishing competition or golf tournament.

Return to Form is inviting you to our Blue Do:
Life After Prostate Cancer

Monday 11 Sep 6:30-8:00pm
Location: Ponsonby
Dress code: Blue! Or there is a fine 🙂
Gold coin/s donation event

Featuring talks by:

Zee Sharif, who works closely with Urologists/Oncologists for men undergoing Prostate surgery;

Edit Horvath: Sex Therapist

Philip Dowling: Clinical Nutritionist

We will provide light refreshments.





You can read more about Prostate Cancer in our blog:

More information about Blue September and Blue Do here: