After five years of cancer blogging, I share my tips and pick my favorite posts over the past twelve months and what I’ve learned.
A Ballsy Sense of Tumor
Cleveland Clinic’s MENtion It 2021 campaign shows improvement in the world of men’s health and Dr. Bajic stops by to share more tips.
Matt Froestad survived testicular cancer twice. Thanks to the miracles of IVF, he will be entering into a new journey soon: fatherhood.
For five years, I’ve been a Uniballer. On the anniversary of my orchiectomy, I wax poetically on the changes in my life over the past year.
The late Sean Kimerling lost his life to testicular cancer, but his legacy lives on through the Sean Kimerling Testicular Cancer Foundation.
Less than 1% of breast cancers occurred in men. Danny Riggs turned out to be in that 1%, and adopted a mantra of “Life Goes On” throughout the journey.
Testicular cancer survivor Alex Soo shares how he “needed to live for [his] son” when some complications arose during his journey.
For Prostate Cancer Awareness Month, Dr. Daniel Vorobiof shares important information about this disease, including risk factors, diagnosis, and more.
Prostate Cancer Awareness Month is a great time to educate men about their risk. Maxwell Plus is here to help spread these facts.
Men’s grooming company Happy Nuts works to help take care of all aspects of a man through a partnership with a prostate cancer research institute.