After disappearing from this blog for some time, I lay out my goals moving forward with testicular cancer awareness and ABSOT.
Tagged: cancer survivor
Health teacher Marco Pizzoferrato has survived cancer twice. Now, he uses his experience and his educational background to spread awareness.
Jarod Hale was struck by testicular cancer in 2015. Now he’s working to make the most of his second shot at life by living it to the fullest.
Matt Froestad survived testicular cancer twice. Thanks to the miracles of IVF, he will be entering into a new journey soon: fatherhood.
For five years, I’ve been a Uniballer. On the anniversary of my orchiectomy, I wax poetically on the changes in my life over the past year.
Nearly five years after my testicular cancer diagnosis, I have yet another CT scan. The good news: It’s clean. The bittersweet news: It’s the end of an era.
2020 marks four year since my testicular cancer began. It’s definitely been an era of ups and downs and I take time to reflect on some changes in my life.
After facing testicular cancer, Joe Bakhmoutski founded Simplify Cancer to help other people navigate through their own personal journeys.
Through Patrick Dempsey’s work at the Dempsey Center, he aims to help improve the cancer exeperience for all involved, through various innovative means.
In “Simplify Cancer: Man’s Guide to Navigating the Everyday Reality of Cancer,” Joe Bakhmouski shares lessons to help men face a cancer experience.