In reviewing the MENtion It 2019 results, I get to chat with Dr. Frank Jevnikar about his thoughts and experiences with men and their health.
Category: Research Studies
The USPSTF has declared that testicular exams should not be done. However, Dr. Michael Rovito feels that this isn’t wise and recommends something else.
New breakthroughs in genetic testing shows that genetic abnormalities in prostate cancer patients can lead to higher risk in other cancer types.
According to a study by The Urology Foundation finds that the majority of UK men are unaware of testicular and prostate cancers.
The MENtion IT campaign from the Cleveland Clinic helps to explore trends in men’s health. I sit down with Dr. Modlin to discuss the 2018 results.
CACTI ran a study to examine what young men knew about testicular cancer, including risk factors, common statistics, and how to do self exams.
We asked 550 men, “Do testicular exams and discussions about how to do a self exam happen at your doctor?” Survey says… Not as much as they should.