Prostate Cancer Survivor
University of Georgia
Art Cain is the Continuing Education (CE) Director at the University of Georgia and a prostate cancer survivor who has clinical trial experience. His prostate cancer had metastasized to the bone, but he is currently doing well due to several medications received via a clinical trial, bone-strengthening drugs, and a healthy lifestyle.
He has taken part in the PANTHER trial, which combines two medicines known as abiaterone and enzalutamide to distribute among one group of White men and a second group of Black men. The trial researchers assessed the racial disparity differences and outcomes in prostate cancer.
He is also a member of Cascade United Methodist Church in Atlanta and faithful member and contributor to the Men’s Usher Board at Cascade. Cain has enjoyed running his entire life and, to this day, will still take part in running 10K races. Art Cain lives in the Atlanta, Georgia area with his wife Gwen.