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I kept pushing for answers because I knew in my gut that something was very off in my body.
Cancer Health blogger Avie Barron, 35, lives in Southern California with her husband and three children.
The problem with this attitude is that if anything goes—if everything is permissible—then nothing matters.
Last night…I’m standing in front of my coach and jiu jitsu team wondering what was happening…
Begin 2019 by resolving to continue to take care of your health.
Lisa Vento Nielsen, MBA, PMP, is founder of the Balance After Cancer Foundation and creator of the SuperMom—Breast Cancer Eradicator blog.
It’s been two years since I last had two testicles — but it’s much better this way.
The right information about breast cancer prevention, screening and treatment can empower you.
I’m grateful for the peace I find within these walls. The daily upkeep and attention it requires seem a small price to pay for my sanctuary.
Matt Wakefield, two-time testicular cancer survivor, bares all about his journey — quite literally.
By the time I accumulated 6 dots, I realised they were a part of me. A part of my story and how I am here today.
Having a support system of caregivers, family, friends and healthcare professionals is important to address and manage your needs.
Discuss your treatment goals with your healthcare team and know all of your options at every stage of your disease.
Scott Petinga has formed not one, but three different organizations that support men’s health and testicular cancer.
Be kind to yourself and do not expect yourself to be exactly what you were before — your brain and body have been through a lot.
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