Testicular cancer usually affects young men between the ages of 15 and 39. It is a highly treatable cancer, and one Santa Monica, Calif. man, a testicular cancer survivor, is pushing a giant ball across the U.S. to raise awareness for men's health.
A man recently found one of his ex-girlfriend's unused pregnancy tests in his apartment. As a joke, he took the test. Much to his surprise, it turned out positive. Little did he know at the time, but this test may have saved his life.
Following the mass scare that an estimated 400,000 women have had breast implants supplied by French company PPI, it has now been revealed that the same silicone was used in male chest implants and testicle implants.
According to a new study led by researchers in the U.S, taller men have a higher risk for developing testicular cancer. Researchers also said that family history carry more cancer risks than a man's height.
Starting today Mark will be on Facebook in his underwear as The Guy at Home in His Underwear. Mark will spend the next 25 days in his underwear to raise testicular cancer awareness and hopefully inspire people to donate to the cause.
The increased rates of a certain type of testicular cancer in Western countries is being linked to smoking marijuana for the first time. The rise in the disease appears to be parallel of the the rise in the use of cannabis.