Learn how to check ‘em

It's that time of the month

You don’t need permission to check ‘em™ regularly. In fact, it could save your life. Testicular cancer is the most prevalent cancer in men aged 15 to 29, but it’s also among the most treatable when caught early.

So learn to check ‘em out at least once a month The more familiar you are with their normal shape and size, the earlier you will be able to detect an abnormality. This section explains how to do this self-examination.

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About testicular cancer

When you or someone you love is diagnosed with cancer, it’s hard to know what to expect. In the early days after diagnosis, your main focus might be learning about the cancer and working with your healthcare team to come up with a treatment plan. But medical issues are only one part of living with cancer.

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Tout sur le cancer testiculaire

Contribute to our cause

We firmly believe in involving the community in the cause that is dear to us. What a great way to channel efforts and energy for the well being of your community and of groups with specific needs. This also provides young men who are in remission, or their loved ones, an opportunity to fight cancer and to gain some therapeutic comfort. Testicular Cancer Canada choses to be inclusive and seeks to welcome and benefit from all those who recognize and are interested in this cause. There are many ways to show your support.

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A big thanks

Our Partners – a network that makes us strong. When it comes to testicles, good support is important. Partners, sponsors and volunteers – it is because of them that Testicular Cancer Canada can exist. We wanted to express our gratitude.

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