November 26, 2012
I met Testicular Cancer Society's founder, Mike Craycraft online many years ago after my son had succumbed to testicular cancer and while I was just starting to take my own steps toward creating awareness about testicular cancer. Mike helped me not only with my own efforts but in a personal respect as well by sharing his experiences with me in comparison to my son's struggle with the disease. When the book I wrote about my son's experience with testicular cancer was ready for publication, Mike was happy to endorse the book, and I had his endorsement printed on the back cover with an extended version on the inside pages of the book. I was honored by Mike's compassion and insight toward my book and my son's story. Mike is a caring and giving person who understands testicular cancer treatment and therapies by his own experience and by his profession as a pharmacist, and these qualities are evident in the way he has structured the Testicular Cancer Society and its operation. I have seen his organization grow stronger each year by Mike's resolve to make a marked difference in the lives of others who are faced with the challenges of testicular cancer. When I meet someone who has been diagnosed with cancer, I often suggest they visit Testicular Cancer Society's website.
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