Wayne Dornan shares his personal experience with male breast cancer, wanting all men to know that they can get breast cancer too.
ABSOT sits down with Susan Brown of Susan G. Komen to learn about male breast cancer, including risk factors, what to look for, and more!
Dan Duffy and and I are two testicular cancer survivors, with many commonalities in our stories and mission.
Back in the 1970s, testicular cancer used to be a death sentence. Thanks to the work of Dr. Lawrence Einhorn, now it’s one of the most curable cancers.
Nad and Tad, a pair of animated testicles brought to life by the Testicular Cancer Foundation, work to educate young men about this disease.
Testicular Cancer Awareness Month is in April and I take some time to reflect on how awareness has been growing in the past year.
New breakthroughs in genetic testing shows that genetic abnormalities in prostate cancer patients can lead to higher risk in other cancer types.
Olympic swimmer Nathan Adrian shares his battle with testicular cancer and how he plans to bring awareness to it going forward
Testicular cancer survivor Alun Pepper became Britain’s Manliest Man by sharing his story and what it means to be truly manly.
Valentines Day is the perfect time to make sure your testicles know that you love and care for them. Give them a self exam today!