Testicular Cancer Awareness Week on April, 2018: Urgent Testicular cancer Question?
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I'm a testicular cancer survivor and sometimes volunteer for ManExam testicular cancer awareness. You're doing the right thing by going to the doctor. There are several other things it could be besides cancer, but if it is cancer the sooner they catch it the better. TC is very, very very treatable and curable. But no need to worry until you see your doc. Don't worry about the doctor's exam either. It is very quick and painless - a simple ultrasound. I was scared myself when I found some swelling, so it's not right of me to tell you how you should be feeling. But I can tell you that even if it is cancer, you'll most likely have treatment and then go back to being normal. I lost one of my testicles, but am back to normal now, and can still have kids. There are various types of TC and various types of tumors - some more serious than others, so it's important to wait and get the specifics. Should you have TC, the one thing I would suggest is only looking at credible sources. There is a ton of misinformation on the Internet and a lot of people that have no idea what they're talking about. Testicular cancer may be "rare" in the world of cancer, but it is the leading cancer for men 15-35. And those who get it are no less important just because it's rare. This web site has a lot of specifics and has links to credible TC resources around the world. Good luck and I hope you can get things taken care of real soon.
Which months are cancer awareness months?
Cancer Awareness Months
Cervical Health Awareness Month
National Cancer Prevention Month
National Colorectal Cancer Awareness Month, Lymphedema "D" Day (March 6)
Cancer Control Month, Cancer Fatigue Awareness Day, Testicular Cancer Awareness Week, National Young Adult Cancer Awareness Week, National Minority Cancer Awareness Week, National Oral, Head & Neck Cancer Awareness Week, Oncology Nurses Day
Melanoma/Skin Cancer Detection and Prevention Month, Melanoma Monday, Oncology Nurses Month, Brain Tumor Action Week, Blood Cancer Advocacy Day.
National Cancer Survivors Day, Sarcoma Awareness Week
Childhood Cancer Awareness, Gynecologic Cancer Awareness, Leukemia and Lymphoma Awareness, Ovarian Cancer Awareness, Prostate Cancer Awareness, Thyroid Cancer Awareness Week
Breast Cancer Awareness, National Mammography Day
Lung Cancer Awareness, Lung Cancer Awareness Week, Pancreatic Cancer Awareness, Family Caregivers Month, National Hospice Month, National Marrow Awareness Month
Does the WNBA have WNBA do Testicular Cancer awareness month?
That is sheer brilliance....I guess it comes the week after Prostate Awareness Week on the LPGA tour.