First place I ever went for facts I knew I could trust for my own work with testicular cancer awareness. Mike is a tireless advocate and does SO much for the testicular cancer community. ⭐️ ⭐️ ⭐️ ⭐️ ⭐️ for sure!
I'm facinated how well connected the Testicular Cancer Society (TCS) is worldwide(!!) if it comes to connecting patients/survivors with medical institutions /charities!
I'm based in Cape Town, South Africa and a number of survivors here found me/my charity via the TCS. Thanks for connecting fellow survivors to build a stronger supportive network - worldwide!
Thanks to the founders constant follow-up as soon as someone contacts him. Much appreciated!
(I'm the founder of "Love your Nuts" - a testicular cancer foundation in South Africa)
This is a young man's cancer. I hits men oftentimes in the prime of their life. This non-profit renders resources for information and can feel apart of a society that can not only help them but others as well. Educating others and promoting active participation is key to self examination and early treatment for good outcomes. I would have never know about the ball checker app. Young individuals are so connected with their social media applications. The Testicular Cancer Society understands that and conforms to their lifestyle.
I am a two-time, testicular cancer survivor. Mike and the Testicular Cancer Society are doing great work to support men effected by this disease and making us feel proud to be men. thank you!
Testicular Cancer Society (TCS), year after year, continues to provided essential services of educational outreach and individual support to the young adult men and those newly diagnosed in the Midwest and beyond. They are a leading voice in the awareness campaign, raising knowledge of testicular cancer through community events and activities that are designed to get people talking testicular health.
Being a relatively rare cancer (but one on the rise), TCS serves a very important role in making men aware of the signs and symptoms of TC, and promoting early detection through awareness and monthly self exam. They are a trusted and reliable source of support for many, many young men in the Midwest and all around the Nation.
TCS works by participating in testicular cancer awareness raising events throughout the U.S.A. and even in Europe. They are creative in their approach to raising awareness using methods that often benefit multiple charities like while simultaneously meeting their objective of educating young men about this their number one occurring cancer with events like Guinness World Record attempts at collecting the most sporting "balls" for youth charity. They regularly participate in national youth cancer awareness advocacy seminars and conferences, and have spread their message that early detection through monthly self exam and awareness of testicular cancer symptoms saves lives. TCS is a great non-profit that makes a difference in young men's lives.
I have seen its founding member present important and needed information related to CT scans. This information and other endeavours that promote awareness about testicular cancer are needed. This nonprofit fills a void in the field of young adult cancer advocacy and awareness. The information that it presents is not only needed for the general population (in terms of prevention) but for the cancer survivor population as well.