Steven Crocker, testicular cancer survivor, works to share his story to inspire and reassure those who may be afraid to get themselves checked out.
A Ballsy Sense of Tumor
As a follow-up to my previous piece on receiving the COVID-19 vaccine, I talk about my experiences with getting the second dose.
On World Cancer Day 2021, Yolanda Origel, Founder of Cancer Kinship and 13-year survivor of Stage 3 breast cancer, shares the importance of fully healing.
Young adult cancer survivors Alexander Mandarino and Gabrielle Fecteau wrote a book all about letting go of “Balls of Shit.” Smells like a winner.
I had the opportunity to receive the COVID-19 vaccine. I share my experiences of receiving the vaccine and some things to consider.
Anthony Mastrogiulio, testicular cancer survivor, shares how he found his “cancer family” and a wealth of support through his experience.
I Married a Dick Doctor, Who Fixes Women Too by Madeline Zech Ruiz tells you “everything you wanted to know about human plumbing but were afraid to ask!”
In Prostate Cancer: Sheep or Wolf?: Navigating Systemic Misinformation, survivor Murray Wadsworth shares what he wants all men to know about this cancer.
2020 can best be described as an abnormal year. Nonetheless, I received my normal report after my fourth annual post-cancer scan: still in remission.
The Max Mallory Foundation was founded after its namesake passed away from testicular cancer. His brother, John-Mark Mallory, shares Max’s story.