“April showers bring May flowers, and other types of showers may or may not be appropriate for testicular self-exam powers.”
Tagged: testicular cancer awareness
Balls of Steel, a set of frozen spheres, wants to help men be aware of testicular cancer… while enjoying a nice, cool beverage.
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.
After three years of running a cancer blog, I’ve evolved the focus in a variety of ways – from a personal narrative to a larger mission.
I join with a group of testicular cancer survivors and caregivers at the TCF Summit in Austin, TX for an unforgettable experience.
Through Save a Nut, testicular cancer survivor Mark Borja hopes to educate men about testicular cancer through a fun and engaging platform.
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.
Hanging In There explores what a testicular cancer diagnosis means to a man, his wife, and friends, through a great blend of comedy and drama.
Testicular Cancer Awareness Month is in April and I take some time to reflect on how awareness has been growing in the past year.