Did you know that although testicular cancer is “rare” (accounting for about 1% of all male cancers), it is the most common form of cancer in men ages 15-35?
If you’ve been diagnosed with testicular cancer and would like some help figuring out next steps, or if you want to learn how to do a monthly self-check of “the boyz”, you’ve got to check out these AMAZING organizations:
The Testicular Cancer Society will help you find the best doctors for your particular situation. They will help you evaluate your treatment options. They will literally hold your hand and help you in any way they can. Just contact their founder Mike Craycroft at firstname.lastname@example.org. BTW, I LOVE the “Just Diagnosed. Now What?” section of their website.
Single Jingles has a network of testicular cancer survivors and partnerships with other survivor groups across the country. They help make support possible from almost anywhere. Regardless of where you are in your journey, you don’t have to go it alone. Contact them and they will hook you up or point you in the right direction. Single Jingles has created a FREE App showing men how to do a Monthly Self Check of their testicles- that’s right boys, you should be checkin’ your boyz every month when your in the shower. Download Single Jingles’ FREE App HERE.
Read more about the wide variety of available cancer support services.