Long Island Cruizin' for a Cure

Sandy Kane takes the wheel of his 1967

Sandy Kane takes the wheel of his 1967 Mercedes 250 SE Cabrio in Hicksville on Aug. 18, 2014. Kane runs Long Island Cruizin' for a Cure from his home in Jericho. The event offers free prostate cancer screenings at a car show. The license plate reflects Kane's promotional skills. (Credit: Jeremy Bales)

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Sandy Kane is a car enthusiast who beat prostate cancer, he believes, because he got a PSA blood test and was diagnosed early. The retiree runs Long Island Cruzin' for a Cure, a car show in the Sears lot in Hicksville where men can get free PSA tests.

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