TESTICULAR CANCER AWARENESS WEEK - APRIL 1-7


! WARNING !

Are you a man between 12-50* or
Are you a son, brother, father, mother, spouse, or
friend of someone who is? Know this:

There will be nearly 9,000 new cases of Testicular Cancer diagnosed
during 2013 and 380 young men will die from the disease
because they didn't catch it in time. That is more deaths than
women in this age group who will die of breast cancer. In addition,
there will be 1,280 men diagnosed with penis and other genital
cancers of which 290 men will die.

Join us and "Get a grip!"

* It is recommended that all men do a monthly testicular self-exam from puberty to the mid 40's. Testicular cancer is rare in men over 50, but it still doesn't hurt to check.

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BOOKS

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Many of the books on testicles and testicular cancer are either out-of-print or are too technical and too expensive (from $74 to $160.) They are obviously intense medical documents for the urologic oncologist and not for personal consumption. They have some interesting information on epidemiological, diagnostic, and therapeutic management to facilitate optimal treatment of testicular or penile cancers. They address testicular cancer, including the pathology of germ-cell cancers of the testes; diagnostic approaches and surgical management of testicular cancer; fertility and sexual function in testicular cancer management; and future directions in testicular cancer. The books above are some of the best of the rest. Click on the book is see a review.

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  •  April 1-7 - Testicular Cancer Awareness Week

    Each day during Testicular Cancer Awareness Week the following topic will be discussed. You can subscribe, free-of-charge, for these newsletter at
    menstuff-subscribe@topica.com or visit us on-line at "Today" on our home page.

    March 31 - Night vigil for those who have lost their lives to Testicular Cancer
    Apr 1 - What is it?
    Apr 2 - Symptoms
    Apr 3 - What the doctor looks for
    Apr 4 - Prevention
    Apr 5 - Treatment
    Apr 6 - Prognosis
    Apr 7 - Annual monthly reminder, self-exam and other resources. Sign-up at mailto:
    menstuff-testicular-exam-subscribe@topica.com today! Don't wait to develop a habit of monthly self-exams until after it's too late. Let this free service help you establish the pattern.

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