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.
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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.
In 2019, I achieved a lifelong dream – giving a TEDx Talk at TEDxTysons 2019. Throughout my talk, I shared why we must open doorways to men’s health.
Police officer James Taylor III shares his harrowing account of facing an advanced case of testicular cancer and how it has inspired him to give back.
If by unremarkable, you mean I am still cancer free after three years, I suppose I am ok with that. Another set of clean scans in the books!
After facing testicular cancer over 25 years ago, Steve Gavers reflects on how his cancer experience has changed his life.
Through his Love Your Nuts organization, Torsten Koehler works to raise testicular cancer awareness in South Africa to help educate young men.