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Tuskegee man on "Today"

Each month NBC's "Today" show features a segment called Your Life Calling with Jane Pauley, an ambassador with AARP

It's about people over 50 who have reinvented the way they work or live to pursue their life's calling.

This week's segment features a Muskogee man known locally as the "prostate man."

Lawrence Wilbur McRae is the founder of the McRae Prostate Cancer Awareness Foundation. You can click here to visit his web site.

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