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Testicular cancer doesn't just affect young men!

Alan is proof that testicular cancer doesn’t just affect young men - he found a lump in his left testicle when he was aged 70, just months after having prostate cancer.

He said: “One morning I was in the shower when I felt a lump on my left testicle. It was swollen and tender and I knew instantly: ‘something is wrong. It shouldn’t be like this.’ I didn’t think it would be cancer though, as I was sure testicular cancer was something that happened to young men, not people in their seventies. Plus, I was recovering from an operation I’d had four months prior to remove my prostate, after being diagnosed with prostate cancer. Click here to read the full story...

Alan, UK

My groin injury saved me

I’d never given testicular cancer a second thought and I’d never checked myself at all, even though I knew all men should. Even when a school friend was diagnosed with testicular cancer, it still never hit home that it could happen to me. I thought it was something that happened to other people. I never checked myself at all, not even once a year. Read full story here...

Sandy, UK