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Eight Excuses to Avoid a Testicular Self-Exam and Eight Rebuttals
In the time you take to make an excuse, you could have the self-exam done.
Five Ways to Talk About Testicular Health, From a Testicular Cancer Survivor
Use these five easy conversation starters to be on the ball with the men in your life!
Do Testicular Exams Really Happen at the Doctor's Office?
Inspired by a text message with a close friend, I'm starting a research study to answer this. I need your help.
Ship's Got Balls
A look back on that time more than 200 men grabbed their balls in public.
Five Things Surviving Means to Me
I've been a survivor for over a year, but I always say, "I am surviving." Why?
Mental Health Healing
Compare it to needing chemo for cancer or a cast for a broken arm. You wouldn't say no to either of those, but why are people hesitant to try care for mental health?
When you lose six months of your life to battling cancer, you make every moment going forward count.
The Continued Healing of a Survivor
Six and 12 months after finishing chemo, I reflected on how my healing continued.
The Importance of April: Testicular Cancer Awareness Month
As a testicular cancer survivor, April is a step in the right direction, but we can do more
Port Team, Assemble
Only a 20-something cancer survivor could re-imagine his port removal procedure as a deleted scene from the Avengers.
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