Jay Elwell wrote a book called “Rotten Fruit” in the aftermath of his testicular cancer experience to process and pay it forward.
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Testicular cancer survivor Joseph Marino founded a group called OnlyTakes1 to provide brotherhood for fellow patients and survivors.
Testicular cancer survivor Dan Wheeler has committed to provide support, compassion, and encouragement to those who are now facing their own battles.
With courage and candor, Alex Bartlett shares his story and what it’s like to be given an advanced testicular cancer diagnosis in his early twenties.
Matt Ode faced testicular cancer at 24. Now, he works to help others share their story, move forward, and thrive beyond their journey.
Former Division 1 baseball player, Caleb Kerbs, has combined his diagnosis with his baseball prowess to Strike Out the Stigma around testicular cancer.
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.
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.
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.
Testicular cancer survivor Alun Pepper became Britain’s Manliest Man by sharing his story and what it means to be truly manly.