Information for Understanding Testicular Cancer

Information for Understanding Testicular Cancer

Testicular cancer or cancer of the testis occurs when cancer cells form in one or both testicles. These cells begin to change and grow uncontrollably, forming a mass or tumor....

Scientists discover autoimmune disease associated with testicular cancer

Scientists discover autoimmune disease associated with testicular cancer

Using advanced technology, scientists at Chan Zuckerberg (CZ) Biohub, Mayo Clinic and University of California, San Francisco (UCSF), have discovered an autoimmune disease that...

Two-time testicular cancer survivor goes balls out at Warrior Games

Two-time testicular cancer survivor goes balls out at Warrior Games

Team Mighty Jun. 28, 2019 10:15AM EST Two-time testicular cancer survivor goes balls out at 2019 Warrior Games, bringing awareness to the program that helped him When A1C (Ret.)...

6 Ways to Talk About Testicles and Testicular Cancer

6 Ways to Talk About Testicles and Testicular Cancer

Logout 6 Ways to Talk About Testicles and Testicular Cancer My last post was all about how  talking about cancer can be awkward for those who aren’t experiencing it personally,...

Physical Health After Cancer | A Ballsy Sense of Tumor

Physical Health After Cancer | A Ballsy Sense of Tumor

Prior to my testicular cancer diagnosis in 2016, I hadn’t been to the doctor for any reason since 2014. Nowadays, things are much different. I have follow up scans and routine...

How to check for testicular cancer

How to check for testicular cancer

Men’s Health Week 2019: How to check for testicular cancer If you’re male and over the age of 15, you should self-check every month Monday 10 June 2019...

How Two Testicular Cancer Survivors Are Alike | A Ballsy Sense of Tumor

How Two Testicular Cancer Survivors Are Alike | A Ballsy Sense of Tumor

Perhaps my favorite thing about the Band of Ballers series is learning more about my fellow Uniballers. Kyle Smith, my other half and founder of CHECK15, is the only one I have...

An Ultrasound for My Testicles | A Ballsy Sense of Tumor

An Ultrasound for My Testicles | A Ballsy Sense of Tumor

On Thursday of my first appointment, I had to leave school early. I hadn’t indicated to anyone, aside from Brian, about the urgency of this appointment so no one thought any of...

The Other Side of the Cancer Conversation

The Other Side of the Cancer Conversation

The day before the first day of school began, our Sunday evening all-staff email closed with the following line: "Please keep Mrs. M in your thoughts and prayers. She was just...

A survivor's guide to testicular cancer

A survivor's guide to testicular cancer

Last month, we talked about how men can check their balls for signs of cancer. This week, we hear from a man who in 2016 did just that – and had his worst fears realised. Here’s...

Rob Harvey and his Testicular Cancer Run | A Ballsy Sense of Tumor

Rob Harvey and his Testicular Cancer Run | A Ballsy Sense of Tumor

Welcome to the Band of Ballers! In this series on ABSOT, I’m turning over control to some other ballsy testicular cancer survivors and patients who have inspired me with their...

Self Care as a Testicular Cancer Survivor | A Ballsy Sense of Tumor

Self Care as a Testicular Cancer Survivor | A Ballsy Sense of Tumor

While I spend a lot of my time working on ABSOT and other cancer awareness and advocacy projects, I’m also careful to make sure I’m not investing every single moment of my day...