Jay Elwell wrote a book called “Rotten Fruit” in the aftermath of his testicular cancer experience to process and pay it forward.
Tagged: testicular cancer
Testicular cancer survivor Joseph Marino founded a group called OnlyTakes1 to provide brotherhood for fellow patients and survivors.
Balls of Steel, a set of frozen spheres, wants to help men be aware of testicular cancer… while enjoying a nice, cool beverage.
With courage and candor, Alex Bartlett shares his story and what it’s like to be given an advanced testicular cancer diagnosis in his early twenties.
Matt Ode faced testicular cancer at 24. Now, he works to help others share their story, move forward, and thrive beyond their journey.
After facing testicular cancer, Joe Bakhmoutski founded Simplify Cancer to help other people navigate through their own personal journeys.
Two testicular cancer survivors have joined forces to create quite the… touching… national event – National Ball Check Day.
Through his award-winning testicular cancer blog, Steve Pake has shared all aspects of his experience, with a strong focus on mental health.
Police officer James Taylor III shares his harrowing account of facing an advanced case of testicular cancer and how it has inspired him to give back.
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.