Awareness

Awareness

Signs and symptoms of testicular cancer and how to check themselves should be something all men know. A simple monthly check is all it takes and it really could be life saving. Just remember, check after a bath or shower.

Information Packs

We are always looking for places throughout East Anglia to display our information.

Our Information packs contain a selection of leaflets, posters and information about testicular cancer. If you would like to order one for your workplace, sports centre, social club etc or want to share with family, friends and colleagues then please email info@itsontheball.org.

Education

Because testicular cancer predominates in the 18 – 30 age group (not excluding older and younger men), we visit schools, colleges and universities to raise awareness amongst students and staff. We encourage all young men to get into the routine of regular checking throughout their life. Our awareness presentation is suitable for a mixed gender audience and lasts 20 –30 minutes although we can adapt it to suit different group requirements. Please contact us if you would like one of our team members to come and talk to your students / group.

Workplace

We also visit local businesses and places of work to talk to staff about testicular cancer signs and symptoms and how to check themselves. If you would like us to talk to your team, please email info@itsontheball.org to request one here.

Further Afield

We are a small charity and only have the resources to cover East Anglia. However, there are similar organisations around the world who are helping to raise awareness and support those affected by testicular cancer. We hope that within the list below, you will find a charity or an advocate that you can connect with and find the help you are looking for.

In The UK:

Baggy Trousers UK

Cahonas Scotland

Rise
Robin Cancer Trust
It’s In The Bag

Male Cancer Awareness Charity

Orchid Cancer

Wendy Gough Cancer Awareness Foundation

The Testicle Tour

Worldwide:

TC Society

Mr Ballsy

Love your Nuts

Testicular Cancer Foundation