We exist to educate people about the signs and symptoms of Male Cancers and the importance of early detection, to remind them to regularly self-check their testicles and to reduce embarrassment and stigma relating to Male Cancers.Read More
Get to know how your balls look and feel normally with a regular self-check. A simple, quick monthly check is a great way of detecting any changes, and possible early signs of testicular cancer. Here you will find instructions on how to perform self-check.Read More
We exist to educate people about the signs and symptoms of Male Cancers and the importance of early detection, to remind them to regularly self-check their testicles and to reduce embarrassment and stigma relating to Male Cancers.
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Testicular cancer is a part of our world, but there are things you can do so it’s never a part of your life. You’ve learned a lot, now you know what to look for, how to do a self-check and share with others your new found knowledge. It’s time to have fun, spend a minute or two playing with your balls.Read More
If you find anything different or notice any changes, remain calm and call your doctor. The earlier testicular cancer is found, the better your chances of beating it, underlining how important it is to check yourself regularly and get anything out of the ordinary seen to by your GP.
Remember most problems are usually caused by less serious things such as cysts, but always get it checked out!
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