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Brett Hoffland shared his testicular cancer journey with his TV news station.
When my first detectable PSA test came in five years ago, I was even more terrified and panicked than when I was initially diagnosed.
I chose this song because I believe it captures the struggle to remain hopeful and to keep going under unbearable burdens.
This song’s refrain is what we must cling to—you can only try the best you can.
Testicular cancer survivor and fitness junkie Adam Bernard shares his experiences and life lessons learned from facing this disease.
The NBC anchor revealed his early-stage yet aggressive cancer diagnosis on air to encourage men, especially Black men, to get screened.
Patients whose surgery was performed by a very skilled surgeon saw their risk of death decrease by 70% over five years.
Those who experience high levels of pain are more likely to have their cancer metastasize to the neck’s lymph nodes.
After being melanoma-free for five years in 2000, McGowan began a 4,250-mile adventure from Oregon to the Atlantic Ocean in Virginia.
The treatment method was found to be safe and effective in comparison with surgery or radiation.
Two-time breast cancer survivor Donna Hopkins lost a lower leg to amputation, but this die-hard athlete just won’t stop moving.
The most aggressive type of skin cancer may respond to immunotherapy.
Sanda Cohen, 63, a retired physician in Louisville, Kentucky, has lived with Stage IV lung cancer a year longer than she was told she would.
Testicular cancer survivor Joseph Marino founded a group called OnlyTakes1 to provide brotherhood for fellow patients and survivors.
Trevor Maxwell shares why he formed Man Up to Cancer in the midst of his cancer battle.
The “Iron Man” is speaking out to encourage others to get regularly screened.
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