testicular cancer

  • When, how, and how often you should perform a testicular self-examination

    Cancer

    Posted on 5 July 2018

    With regular self-examinations, testicular cancer can be caught early and effective treatment is possible.

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  • Celebrating the survivors

    Cancer

    Posted on 6 June 2016

    The Cancer Association of South Africa (CANSA) says one in four South Africans will be affected by cancer in their lifetime – either via someone they know contracting the disease or being diagnosed with it themselves. The CANSA Relay For Life events are held locally and internationally to celebrate and remember people whose lives have been affected by cancer. Survivors, in particular, are celebrated, honoured and treated as VIPs.

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  • Testicular cancer: facts & fiction

    Cancer

    Posted on 19 November 2015

    Between the Movember messaging, yellow wristbands and old wives’ tales, there’s a lot of information doing the rounds about testicular cancer. Not all of it is accurate, though. We spoke to a Mediclinic urologist to separate the facts from fiction.

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  • 9 Health tips for men

    Healthy Life

    Posted on 30 June 2015

    June is men’s health month… but you should be looking after yourself all year round. Follow these tips to keep yourself fighting fit and feeling good.

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  • Testicular cancer: check yourself

    Cancer

    Posted on 18 June 2015

    ‘Cancer’ and ‘good news’ don’t usually live together in the same sentence. But they can, says media personality and testicular cancer survivor Mark Pilgrim… if you get yourself checked in time.

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  • Testicular cancer

    Cancer

    Posted on 25 November 2014

    Testicular cancer is most common in men between the age of 15 and 39. The good news is it’s highly curable and can be treated effectively, especially if found early.

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