The World Needs More Men Like Him

His love for me and my children was the best medicine our family needed.

Beating Cancer, Losing a Testicle, and the Road to Fertility

The cancer hadn’t spread, but infertility seemed like it was certain.

How Men Can Lower Cancer Risk: the Facts (CDC)

Every year, more than 300,000 men in the United States lose their lives to cancer. You can lower your cancer risk in several ways.

5 Lessons She Learned When She Lost a Good Man

In the three weeks between his cancer diagnosis and his quiet passing, Alison Tedford had the opportunity to reflect on her Papa, his character, and the many things that he taught her.

Are You Ballsy? Enough to Run Across North America for Testicular Cancer Awareness?

Thoman Cantley beat testicular cancer and then took a giant ball across the continent to raise awareness among men.

Measuring Success by the Love and Writing of a Best Friend Years After His Passing

Long after losing a best friend, his memory is a reminder to breath easy.

When Cancer Was the Easy Part

Sometimes life is not just facing a simple challenge. Sometimes it is more than one. Kevin Hall shares his fight with cancer, while bipolar disorder tied his emotional hands.

Your Immune System and Vitamin C: A Man’s Best (Cancer-Fighting) Friend

New cancer research could mean less-invasive treatment is on the horizon.

Baby, We Were Born to Run—and Heal—and Live

The best, most memorable lyrics can take on new meaning as we run through life.

What Men Need to Know about the PSA Controversy

The research you need to understand for prostate health.

Making Your Life Suck Proof and Beyond, The Roman Way

Reflections From the Son of a Stoic on the Possibility of Loving Every Moment of Your Life

Symptoms and Risk Factors for Male Breast Cancer

What men should report and what puts them at risk.

End Game: Life in Simulation

When a video game mirrors the struggle of a young girl and her dying father, she thanks the creators in a beautiful, unexpected way.

When My Father Died I Had “Daddy Issues.”

Ilana Masad opens up about her father’s death. When I was fifteen years old, my father found out he had Stage IV lung cancer. He’d been wheezing on our weekly walks to his mom’s place for a while and coughing more than usual, so we all knew something was wrong, just not how wrong it […]

How Losing One of My Balls Made Me More of a Man

They seem to symbolize the strength of a man. Hugo Toovey found out that losing one, actually made him stronger.