Balls of Steel, a set of frozen spheres, wants to help men be aware of testicular cancer… while enjoying a nice, cool beverage.
Category: Testicular Cancer
COVID-19 is sweeping the world right now, but we can’t let April’s Testicular Cancer Awareness Month slip by us without having a firm grip on ourselves.
Two testicular cancer survivors have joined forces to create quite the… touching… national event – National Ball Check Day.
CupCheck combines a fast-paced and fun disc party game with the critical information about testicular cancer. It’ll help you check behind your own cup.
Through his Love Your Nuts organization, Torsten Koehler works to raise testicular cancer awareness in South Africa to help educate young men.
After attending two different cancer conferences in the span of a week, I share my thoughts and takeaways from each of them.
Scott Hamilton faced testicular cancer back in 1997. Now he works to improve cancer care through his Scott Hamilton CARES Foundation.
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.
Connor O’Leary faced testicular cancer at 19. He wants to make sure no one has to fight alone, so he joined the Testicular Cancer Foundation as their CMO.
I join with a group of testicular cancer survivors and caregivers at the TCF Summit in Austin, TX for an unforgettable experience.