Posts tagged “Testicular Cancer”

April is Testicular Cancer Awareness Month

by GregP_WN WhatNext Editorial Team

April is Testicular Cancer Awareness Month. Testicular cancer is an uncommon cancer. About 1 in every 250 men will be diagnosed with testicular cancer. In the U.S., about 9, 560 men will be diagnosed with this cancer in 2019. About 400 men die annually of advanced testicular cancer.

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Every hour of every day of the year, a man hears the words – “You have testicular cancer.”

Testicular cancer is a younger man's disease, occurring mostly in men ages 15-34. It is most common in Caucasian men....

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2 Time Testicular Cancer Survivor Fred Reiss-Our WhatNexter of the Week

by GregP_WN

I’ve had testicular cancer twice. The first time I was 27 and simultaneously discovered a lump on my testicle while the radio aired a PSA that said “men if you find a lump on your testicle you may have testicular cancer.” I couldn’t believe it, but I felt—hey some force is looking out for me.

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Fred with his Nurses

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