While Battling thru Testicular Cancer, and now being 5 months Cancer Free. You have alot of time to do alot of reading about Testicular. I came across the Testicular Cancer Society on Facebook and immediately followed them. Have since joined Twitter and follow their as well. I immediately had members reach out and ask about my My Story! This is a great Organization. Talking and Learning, Listening to others who have gone thru the same thing I have helped Tremendously while going thru and even after beating Cancer. Thank You #HankStrong #Testicular Cancer Society
As I walked through my testicular cancer and life afterwards the Testicular Cancer Society has been a great resource for education and community. They have provided my encouragement and resources to better educate my those around me.
I was recently diagnosed with testicular cancer (02/15) and this agency has provided me with tons of insightful information including immediate responses to my emails. I hope to survive and grow with them to help others.
The Testicular Cancer Society is a great resource that provides support and education for survivors and caregivers. Their outreach is amazing and the personal response I received helped me deal with my own diagnosis better than I could have imagined.
I am writing a paper for a class and the topic I picked was testicular cancer. I wanted to know more about it and how I can help. The website gives you lot of information in a fun way. They also have a great app that is very easy to use and every male should have it on there phone.
The Testicular Cancer Society does so many great things. They help bring awareness about testicular cancer. They help with access to care and with the quality of care. All of these things and much more that they do are very important in the successful treatment of testicular cancer. Thanks for all you do!!!
Such a wonderful organization! My communication with the survivor/founder has been so warm and welcoming. I am proud to be part of the team!
When I was diagnosed with Testicular Cancer in October 2013 I was completely blindsided. The Testicular Cancer Society was a great resource that helped me understand what to expect and what to look for. They also gave me the confidence to take on my treatments head on.
I connected with TC Society over Twitter and immediately felt like they were able to help me on the road to recovery. I was diagnosed in October 2014 and wanted to be able to connect with other survivors to share my story and educate others about Testicular Cancer. TC Society really tries to connect with survivors and offer help in anyway and you really feel like they want to make a difference in the Testicular Cancer field.
They are fantastic go above and beyond what you would expect to help you.
super great people who will help get ya any all info they can.
On July 15, 2015 I will be a 10 year testicular cancer survivor. Even though this society was not around then, I was able to find out information to help me to better understand what to do and how to help others understand this type of cancer. I recommend everyone to donate/volunteer to this foundation to help keep everyone informed about this type of cancer.
My huband was diagnosed with Testicular cancer this year and they have been so helpful throughout the process
When I was diagnosed with testicular cancer the Testicular Cancer Society contacted me personally to let me know that if I ever needed anything just to let them know. Throughout the whole process they were there to give support and encouragement. They are one of the best!
When my husband was diagnosed with testicular cancer the doctors were very skeptical at helping him because our jobs don't offer insurance. Everything became about researching on the internet to find our answers and Mike from TCS and the TCS website were so helpful and informative! Mike has encouraged us and answered questions for us all along the way and at the worst time of our lives. He and TCS are absolutely the best testicular cancer website out there! We contacted others and never heard back, so so so thankful for Mike and TCS! Now, we volunteer at different events to give back what we were given. Thanks Mike!
My husband was diagnosed with testicular cancer in January. Our lives were turned upside down. We didn't have insurance and the doctors were refusing to see my husband because we had no insurance. We couldn't even find out the pathology of his cancer until the doctors office approved our visit. We contacted the Testicular Cancer Society and Mike Craycraft emailed us personally and offered so much information, was a voice of reason in midst of the storm because he had walked the same road, and was so personable, caring, and empathetic through it all. Mike even offered to contact the doctors to advocate for us for care. I emailed the pathology report and Mike was so helpful to explain so many things that when we finally did meet with the doctor we felt informed, armed with pertinent questions, and able to take charge of my husband's health in a positive manner. TCS and Mike are a life line in the midst of a difficult storm. Praising God for both!
My son is a healthy, athletic 28 y/o who just beat testicular cancer with early detection, surgery and effective chemo. Thank God for groups like Testicular Cancer Society to bring awareness to young men. It was heart wrenching to see my son and so many others fighting the battle.
They do an amazing job of bringing a sensitive and extremely important subject to the forefront to help save lives of men of all ages.
I want everyone to know that since I was diagnosed with testicular cancer it was my worst fears the thought of having cancer was so scary I never knew it would be me but it happened and now I have met the Testicular Cancer Foundation. I met them through web search them and about 4 others. I emailed them all asking for info and just advise. Right away I was responded by this foundation and with so much compassion and such warm hearted talks , it has gotten me through some of the worst days ive ever had. Everyday they talk to me asking me how I feel, giving me great advice, and even an ear now and then. I sit here crying as I write this because when iwas diagnosed I really thought I would be alone through the whole process but I am not I have the foundation. They are truely the best and recommend it to even people that dont have cancer because they are there to help every life.