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    Our Testicular Cancer Awareness Program is availabe to any school or group that wishes to use it as a educational tool to teach the importance of self exam for testicular cancer. It is provided free of charge. You can check out our program at www.bradcolemancancerfoundation.com or send me an e-mail at [email redacted] and I will send it to you

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      GregP_WN

      John, the software for this site automatically removes email addresses and phone numbers to protect your privacy. You will have to click the exchange email icon on the top of each persons page that you might want to make
      off the board" contact with.

      We appreciate you participating in the site, there are some here that can use your help.

      Greg P
      3X Survivor
      Team WhatNext

      about 5 years ago
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    Was your cancer Germ Cell?

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      Crash

      Yes, seminoma, chorio carcinoma and embryonal carcinoma. Didn't Brad get treated with Cisplatin?

      about 5 years ago
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      Crash

      I had both. I believe that what they call germ cell is like the heart of the seed, the germ, which in this case, I understand to be the sperm, the seed of man. The chemo stopped the surviving testes from making sperm. The first year I was diagnosed there was nothing to stop choriocarcinoma. After a year they found Cisplatnin or Cisplatinum however you call it. The Cisplatinin cured me.

      about 5 years ago
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      BCCF

      Yes he had Cisplatin, BPE, ICE and every other Chemo they had. His beta HGC would get better after each treatment then jump right back up. It was over 600,000 when we took him to MD Anderson

      about 5 years ago
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    I posted this for our foundation Brad Coleman Cancer Foundation I havent been diagnosed with cancer.

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    Clinical Trial (Brad Received Sutent a Clinical Trial For Kidney Cancer): This clinical trial had no effect on the type of cancer that Brad had if anything it made his condition worsen over the course of 5 weeks. Would not recommend it to anyone with advance stage testicular cancer.

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