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Reducing the treatment burden can reduce the risk of serious side effects, some of which can endure for years.
This finding from a large study surprised and concerned researchers.
Caleb Kerbs wants to strike out the stigma behind testicular cancer.
While I generally like to think of myself as exceptional, if cancer-free is unremarkable, I’ll accept that.
Mark Ruffalo stars as a lawyer who takes on a chemical giant in this movie inspired by real events.
Backyard game CupCheck wants to spread fun and awareness.
Post-cancer, taking care of my mental health is an ongoing priority.
After three years of writing about testicular cancer and men’s health, I reflect on the evolution of ABSOT.
Steve Gavers faced testicular cancer in his 30s. Today, he reflects on what he learned and why he began the Gavers Community Foundation.
Justin Peck takes a moment to speak with Justin Birckbichler on his mental health journey.
Gone, but not forgotten — in memory of Lefty, my former left testicle
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.
Another year, another MENtion It survey: my conversation with Dr. Frank Jevnikar of the Cleveland Clinic
After facing his own testicular cancer battle, Olympian Scott Hamilton wants to improve cancer outcomes for others.
The USPSTF recommends against testicular exams, but Michael Rovito, PhD, doesn’t agree.
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