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.
Tagged: testicular cancer
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.
Scott Hamilton faced testicular cancer back in 1997. Now he works to improve cancer care through his Scott Hamilton CARES Foundation.
The USPSTF has declared that testicular exams should not be done. However, Dr. Michael Rovito feels that this isn’t wise and recommends something else.
After Kenny Kane’s father faced testicular cancer when Kenny was in high school, he found a new life’s mission in supporting cancer patiens and survivors.
Connor O’Leary faced testicular cancer at 19. He wants to make sure no one has to fight alone, so he joined the Testicular Cancer Foundation as their CMO.
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.
After facing cancer twice in his twenties, Hugo Toovey founded 25StayAlive in hopes of getting young people to focus on their health at an earlier age.