Fertility after testicular cancer is an often-asked about topic. I’ll be sharing my experiences here. Spoiler alert: I am able to father a child.
A Ballsy Sense of Tumor
S. SayCo Alford faced testicular cancer in his forties. Now, he wants to share his story and help support others facing this disease.
In the aftermath of his testicular cancer journey, Michael Scherer and his wife founded Worth the Wait to help others who need a little help.
The Alex G. Duncan Foundation for Fighting Testicular Cancer was formed in honor of Alex G. Duncan to help those who are impacted by this disease.
After disappearing from this blog for some time, I lay out my goals moving forward with testicular cancer awareness and ABSOT.
Six years ago, I stared testicular cancer in the face. Nowadays, life is much different (and I mean more than the whole being down one ball thing).
First Descents provides outdoor adventure experiences for young adults with cancer and illnesses. I had to chance to go on the Santa Cruz surfing trip.
The James Patrick Stowe Fund was founded in honor of its namesake’s battle with testicular cancer and his desire to give back.
FindCenter is a new initiative designed to help caregivers. My former caregiver and current mother talks with one of their cofounders about the mission.
Health teacher Marco Pizzoferrato has survived cancer twice. Now, he uses his experience and his educational background to spread awareness.