It's an event that draws hundreds of people each year, providing what can be life-saving screening.

On Thursday, April 27, the Cleveland Clinic will present its 15th Annual Minority Men's Health Fair from 5:30 to 8:30 p.m. at the Glickman Tower/Miller Pavilion at the Clinic's main campus.

The health fair includes free health seminars and information on topics including prostate cancer, kidney function, hypertension, stroke prevention, smoking cessation, health and nutrition, exercise and wellness, organ donation, sports health, reproductive health, pain management and colorectal cancer.

WKYC Channel 3's Russ Mitchell sat down for an interview with Dr. Charles Modin, founder of the Minority Men's Health Fair. You can watch in the player above.

To find out more about the Cleveland Clinic's Minority Men's Heath Fair, or to register, click here.