I take a good, hard look at my mental health and ask myself – Am I really doing my best?
Your cancer story has the potential to help someone else through their own experiences. It may even help you in your own healing.
Truitt Taylor stops by the blog to share his experience with colon cancer and how he hopes to help other cancer patients and survivors.
After facing cancer twice in his twenties, Hugo Toovey founded 25StayAlive in hopes of getting young people to focus on their health at an earlier age.
Taking care of your physical health after cancer is just as important as your mental health and your well-being during cancer.
Jason Greenspan shares his story of facing testicular cancer in his high school senior year. As a college senior, he aimed to make a difference.
Hanging In There explores what a testicular cancer diagnosis means to a man, his wife, and friends, through a great blend of comedy and drama.
I find three big themes in Spotsylvania County and American Cancer Society’s Relay for Life 2019: Stories, Hope, and Journey.
HealtheVoices19 brought together health advocates from around the world and many condition areas. My takeaways as a cancer advocate are here.
A testicular self-exam is one of the easiest and most important thing a man can do for early detection of testicular cancer.