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Quincy and Rashida Jones Team Up for Prostate Cancer Awareness

Music legend Quincy Jones and his actress daughter Rashida Jones recently teamed up for a new PSA for Stand Up to Cancer and the Prostate Cancer Foundation (PCF). The ads, which will air on television and radio and be seen on billboards, will encourage families to talk about prostate cancer and risk factors, says E! Online. Watch the PSA here.

 

(Photo: Courtesy Stand Up To Cancer)

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