It’s 97% curable when detected early. But sadly, most men never check themselves.
So please, do yourself a favour. Have a look.
Take your scrotum and hold it in the palm of your hands.
With each hand, gently use your fingers and thumb to check your testicles.
Ask yourself: does one feel bigger, or heavier, than the other? Can you feel any hard lumps? Or smooth rounded bumps?
Also, keep in mind that not all lumps or irregularities are cancerous. But only a doctor can tell you for sure.
So don’t delay. See your GP immediately.
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The Blue Ball Foundation was founded by Jamie Morgan and a mate, both survivors of testicular cancer. It provides education and support to young adult men, in an effort to raise awareness about testicular cancer, one of the most common forms of cancer in Aussie men aged 20-39.
Jamie believes there is a ‘culture of embarrassment’, that discourages men from discussing and resolving problems related to man issues. They use live comedy, inspirational talks in schools and workplaces, YouTube videos, events and social media to build a culture where embarrassment does not prevent men from checking ‘their boys’.Learn more Donate
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