Testicular cancer survivor and registered nurse Ryan Litwin uses his experience to help others, including running across the US for the Ulman Foundation.
Tagged: testicular cancer
“April showers bring May flowers, and other types of showers may or may not be appropriate for testicular self-exam powers.”
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.
The Max Mallory Foundation was founded after its namesake passed away from testicular cancer. His brother, John-Mark Mallory, shares Max’s story.
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.
Brett Hoffland works as a reporter for KSTP Eyewitness News, and shared his experience with testicular cancer live on air!
I review “Rotten Fruit: My Testicular Cancer Adventure,” in whichc testicular cancer survivor Jay Elwell shares his story in a hilarious and frank manner.
In ChemBro, testicular cancer survivor and fitness junkie, Adam Bernard, shares his experiences and life lessons learned from facing this disease.
Jay Elwell wrote a book called “Rotten Fruit” in the aftermath of his testicular cancer experience to process and pay it forward.