Young and facing possibly an inoperable cancer spread, this young man survived facing the greatest odds.
men and cancer
Testicular cancer is preventable only if you catch it in time—and stubborn men often go to the doctor too late.
After being diagnosed with testicular cancer, his bucket list shaped the rest of his amazing life.
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.
He kept his sense of humor after beating testicular cancer and losing a testicle.
27-year-old Christopher Schepper was in great shape—how could he have cancer?
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.
Ken Richter recently had to inform his two young sons that he had been diagnosed with stage-3 cancer. This is what happened.
Ken Richter is a father who just found out that he has stage 3 cancer. He knows that his disease doesn’t care that he’s a father, but he does.
From an extramarital affair to cancer, the last 525,600 minutes of John Taylor’s life have been tough. But he’s going to remember it by all of the love that grew.
John Taylor never expected that at age 30 he would be a cancer survivor . . . Now what?
It’s hard to talk about cancer in… male-specific parts of the body. But it’s way harder to have to fight it because you didn’t talk about it.
John Taylor, recently diagnosed with metastatic Testicular Cancer, tells his Cancer exactly what he thinks of it.