Joe Utecht faced testicular cancer a few years ago. It taught him a lot and now he’s working hard to promote early detection and genetic testing.
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Zach Carson – Climbing a Mountain of Awareness
After facing testicular cancer at 22, Zach Carson has vowed to raise awareness of this disease as one of his future plans.
Gaurav Udiyavar – A Desire to Create Awareness
Gaurav Udiyavar faced testicular cancer in 2006. Now, he’s looking to do more to spread awareness of this disease and help others.
Alex Soo – Doing It For His Son
Testicular cancer survivor Alex Soo shares how he “needed to live for [his] son” when some complications arose during his journey.
Ryan Litwin – A Supporter of Ulman Foundation’s 4K for Cancer
Testicular cancer survivor and registered nurse Ryan Litwin uses his experience to help others, including running across the US for the Ulman Foundation.
April Showers and More…
“April showers bring May flowers, and other types of showers may or may not be appropriate for testicular self-exam powers.”
Anthony Mastrogiulio – A Cancer Family
Anthony Mastrogiulio, testicular cancer survivor, shares how he found his “cancer family” and a wealth of support through his experience.
A Normal Scan in an Abnormal Year
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.
John-Mark Mallory – The Max Mallory Foundation
The Max Mallory Foundation was founded after its namesake passed away from testicular cancer. His brother, John-Mark Mallory, shares Max’s story.
A Review of ChemBro – Embracing Beastmode to Beat Cancer
ChemBro – Embracing Beastmode to Beat Cancer is Adam Bernard’s memoir about facing testicular cancer. As a fellow survivor, I found many nuggets of wisdom.