S. SayCo Alford faced testicular cancer in his forties. Now, he wants to share his story and help support others facing this disease.
In the aftermath of his testicular cancer journey, Michael Scherer and his wife founded Worth the Wait to help others who need a little help.
Six years ago, I stared testicular cancer in the face. Nowadays, life is much different (and I mean more than the whole being down one ball thing).
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.
Testicular cancer survivor and registered nurse Ryan Litwin uses his experience to help others, including running across the US for the Ulman Foundation.
Anthony Mastrogiulio, testicular cancer survivor, shares how he found his “cancer family” and a wealth of support through his experience.
2020 can best be described as an abnormal year. Nonetheless, I received my normal report after my fourth annual post-cancer scan: still in remission.
As a testicular cancer survivor who had bleomycin treatment, I was curious about my own risk for COVID-19. Good news – I have no lung damage!
In ChemBro, testicular cancer survivor and fitness junkie, Adam Bernard, shares his experiences and life lessons learned from facing this disease.