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3 hrs ago | Chronicle Live

Testicular cancer: What are the symptoms?

Jonas, 31, revealed in an interview he had an operation to remove his left testicle after being diagnosed with the disease. And it also reminds other men to check for the signs and symptoms of testicular cancer - here's our guide.

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Tue Sep 16, 2014

Football365

Premier League: Newcastle winger Jonas Gutierrez battling testicular cancer

The 31-year-old Argentine, who hasn't played since April, fell out of favour at St James' Park and was loaned out to Norwich at the end of last year. He has been undergoing chemotherapy in his homeland for the past month and tweeted on Tuesday: "Thanks for all the messages.

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Related Topix: Health, United Kingdom, Greater London County, England

Sun Sep 14, 2014

International Business Times

Testicular Cancer Survivor Pushes 6-Foot Giant Ball Across The US To Create Awareness About Ailment

Biker Lance Armstrong used to be the poster boy of testicular cancer recovery, but his sports scandal has diminished his credibility and effectiveness since stories written about the athlete often focus on his doping problem and stripping of medals and relegate his beating the ailment to a small portion of the article. Visitors share a giant ice cream in the shape of a soccer ball at a swimming pool resort as a celebration of the 2014 Brazil World Cup, in Qingyuan, Guangdong province June 29, 2014.

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Sat Sep 13, 2014

Monterey County Herald

Former Monterey resident pushes ball to draw attention to cancer

MONTEREY >> A former Monterey resident will push a giant inflated rubber ball symbolizing a male testicle across the country in an effort to draw attention to cancer and the need for people, and in particular men, to get medical checkups. "Having cancer is an obstacle in life, like pushing the giant ball is an obstacle," Cantley said.

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Related Topix: Salinas, CA, Health

Fri Sep 12, 2014

WAAF-FM Brighton

Friday 9-12-14 Recap

This one of the funnier ways we've seen someone raise awareness for something . . . A 31-year-old guy named Thomas Cantley from Salinas, California was diagnosed with stage three testicular cancer in 2009.

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Mediaite.com

Man Rolls Giant Testicle Across America to Raise Cancer Awareness

Thomas Cantley successfully battled Stage 3 testicular cancer, but knows that he could have prevented such a severe diagnosis if he caught it earlier. So to raise awareness, he's rolling a giant testicle across America, because nothing gets people's attentions like saying "I'm rolling a giant testicle across America."

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Gay Times

Why is Stephen Fry grabbing his crotch on Twitter?

You might have seen this rather bizarre tweet by Stephen Fry earlier today, featuring a photo of a rather out-of-character crotch grab. He also challenged fellow comedians Alan Davies, Jonathan Ross and Jack Whitehall to do the same.

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Sheffield Telegraph

Teacher Glenn defies cancer scare to welcome new arrival

Glenn & Danielle Campbell with baby Isobel. Glenn has beaten testicular cancer and become a dad for the first time.

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Thu Sep 11, 2014

Daily Mail

Blue balls: The Big Merino joins the campaign to raise awareness about testicular cancer

The Big Merino has had a paint job as part of a men's 'blue balls' campaign to raise awareness about prostate and testicular cancer The monument took six hours to paint the testicles and slogan on Wednesday and will be removed at the end of the campaign The Big Merino has had a paint job as part of a men's 'blue balls' campaign to raise awareness about prostate and testicular cancer and encourage men to get themselves checked. The giant monument is located in Goulburn in the Southern Tablelands of NSW and has got the town talking about the slogan 'have you got the balls?' painted on the ram.

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Related Topix: Australia, World News, Oceania

MTV

This Man Is Rolling A Giant Testicle Across America - But For A Very Good Reason

In what has to be the most inventive plan ever to raise cancer awareness, Thomas Cantley is pushing an enormous inflatable testicle across the country, in the hopes of inspiring his fellow men to be vigilant about the health of their balls. Cantley, a 31 year-old cancer survivor, came up with the idea as a way to get the ball rolling on getting young men to be tested for testicular cancer.

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Related Topix: Health, Carmel, CA

Mon Sep 08, 2014

Sheffield Telegraph

Baby joy for couple after father's cancer ordeal

Glenn & Danielle Campbell with baby Isobel. Glenn has beaten testicular cancer and become a dad for the first time.

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KSBW-TV

Salinas man travels cross country with inflatable testicle

Salinas native Thomas Cantley, a 31-year-old testicular cancer survivor, is pushing a 6-foot inflatable "testicle" across the country to generate awareness and support for young men's health issues. Cantley began his trek in Santa Monica, California, on Sept.

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Related Topix: Medicine, Cancer, Health, Santa Monica, CA, Carmel, CA

Sun Sep 07, 2014

Trinadad Express

Abnormalities in the testicles

Testicular cancer is the most common cancer in men 15-29 years of age and is curable when caught early. Do you know how to check them? Many men are not aware of the proper way of checking their testicles for abnormalities.

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Related Topix: Medicine, Cancer, Health, Prostate Cancer

Sat Sep 06, 2014

The Gadgeteer

Balls of Steel with Arctic Core review

About a year and a half ago I reviewed a set of Balls of Steel , a drink cooler with a snappy name and ties to testicular cancer research; fifteen percent of their net profits are donated towards the cause. They recently reached out again to ask if I'd like to review their version 2.0-Balls of Steel with Arctic Core technology.

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Echo-news.co.uk

HUNDREDS of people pulled on their football boots for charity.

Professional referee Michael Smith, 30, from Basildon , was diagnosed with testicular cancer at the beginning of this year, but is on the mend. He and his family organised a charity football tournament to raise money for the Orchid Charity, which supports men through their battle with cancer.

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Wed Sep 03, 2014

Marietta Times

People in areas with high levels of C8 to get notices

During the next few weeks, people who live in or lived in the areas where the water was found to contain high levels of C8 will receive information about how to obtain blood tests. Harry Deitzler, the attorney who filed the original lawsuit against DuPont regarding the release of C8, said the first forms were mailed Tuesday and more will be mailed over the next few days.

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Tue Sep 02, 2014

Medical Daily

What Your Testicles Say About Your Health: 4 Ways Size Matters

Too often, a man's penis is the centerpiece of his pant-less legs. But a man's package is more than just his penis.

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WRAL.com

Raleigh councilman losing battle with cancer

Crowder said he he will continue to serve as long as his health allows, and he asked Mayor Nancy McFarlane to appoint his wife, Kay, to serve out the remainder of his term of office should he have to step down.

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Fri Aug 29, 2014

Forbes.com

Beyond The Ice Bucket, The Real Challenge Is New Donor Retention

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Related Topix: Non-Profit, Health, Marketing, Business News

Thu Aug 28, 2014

Gay Times

Union J have been feeling their nuts...

Union J, Ellie Goulding, Conor Maynard, Labrinth, Louis Smith, The Vamps and David Haye are celebrities who have all taken to grabbing their crotches and posing in support of the Check One Two movement to highlight testicular cancer.

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