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I’m out to leave a legacy for them and to hopefully improve the world for my brain tumor community.
Yes, it takes various amounts of energy that I don’t necessarily have, but each one of these have brought purpose to my life.
Caleb Kerbs wants to strike out the stigma behind testicular cancer.
Backyard game CupCheck wants to spread fun and awareness.
Only one in four Americans say they incorporate cancer prevention into their daily lives, according to a recent study.
One reason for late-age (and later stage) diagnosis may be that men and their doctors don’t think of themselves as being at risk.
Gone, but not forgotten — in memory of Lefty, my former left testicle
My journey was hard, but with one foot in front of the other, I’ve gotten to where I’m standing now.
Torsten Koehler, founder of Love Your Nuts, says, “Yes, my one nut is fake, because the real one tried to kill me!”
The past two weekends, I’ve been on a pair of panels at cancer conferences.
The diva’s former manager told all in a recent interview with “Good Morning America.”
Breast cancer is glamorized to look pretty, easy and fun. No wonder other cancers hate us.
After facing his own testicular cancer battle, Olympian Scott Hamilton wants to improve cancer outcomes for others.
September is the awareness period of a whopping total of seven cancers. Seven!
I really have no idea how one should properly celebrate the month of one’s cancer.
Instead of it being fun, it starts to feel like work, draining and stressful.
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