“I just had my testicle removed—what do I do now?”
‘There’s Nothing to be Afraid of Ashamed of’ in Telling your TC Story: Scott Miller, #IamBallsy Stories
This healthcare specialist learned the humanity and compassion of the industry after beating testicular cancer.
Since losing both testicles to TC, he’s become a voice for the gay community and the TC community.
Men in their 30s need that boost to get them to the next adventure in their large and wonderful lives.
Can certain tests detect testicular cancer through markers in the blood?
He kept his sense of humor after beating testicular cancer and losing a testicle.
He Conquered Testicular Cancer and Went on to Inspire Global Awareness: #IAmBallsy Stories—Christopher Schepper
27-year-old Christopher Schepper was in great shape—how could he have cancer?
The cancer hadn’t spread, but infertility seemed like it was certain.
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.
Thoman Cantley beat testicular cancer and then took a giant ball across the continent to raise awareness among men.
While any boy or man can develop testicular cancer, there are risk factors that make this disease more likely.
Luckily, all my blood work and scans have come back clear. The last sonogram of my testicles has shown no new tumor growth, so I can relax for a few months…until the next round of testing.
Where mustaches grown during Movember have the power to be both inspiring and humorous, it is important to remember there is nothing comical about men’s health issues.
Whit Honea shows his sons how to save a life—with facial hair.
“Cancer brought out the best in us.” John Taylor talks about his recent battle with cancer and how The American Cancer society helps us all.
Testicular Cancer is the #1 cancer in boys and young men ages 15-35 years old. Here’s a great resource for talking to your son about self-checks.