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).
A Ballsy Sense of Tumor
Six Years Ago
First Descents: Out Living (and Surfing) It
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
The James Patrick Stowe Fund was founded in honor of its namesake’s battle with testicular cancer and his desire to give back.
FindCenter: Supporting Caregivers
FindCenter is a new initiative designed to help caregivers. My former caregiver and current mother talks with one of their cofounders about the mission.
Marco Pizzoferrato – Teaching the Future
Health teacher Marco Pizzoferrato has survived cancer twice. Now, he uses his experience and his educational background to spread awareness.
Shinesty: Shining Light On Your Family Jewels
Shinesty has partnered with the Testicular Cancer Foundation to help raise funds and awareness for men going through this disease.
Proclaiming Balls at a State Level
In ten minutes or less, you can request a proclamation from your governor for Testicular Cancer Awareness Month. Easy, peasey, give your balls a squeezy.
Joe Utecht – Using His Experience to Promote Genetic Testing
Joe Utecht faced testicular cancer a few years ago. It taught him a lot and now he’s working hard to promote early detection and genetic testing.
Why Is Cancer Advocacy Important To Me?: Joe Bullock’s Story
Stage 3b colorectal cancer survivor, Joe Bullock, has found passion in his diagnosis, encouraging men to take charge of their health.
Keeping an Eye on the Ball: Jared Butler’s Journey with Hypertrophic Cardiomyopathy
NBA player Jared Butler is the first player to play with Hypertrophic Cardiomyopathy, a heart condition he’s working to raise awareness of.