"As much as it's important checking the bike over before you go out for a ride, it's just as important to check yourself" - Why Matt a recent Testicular Cancer patient describes his diagnosis and treatment, and how he is using motor bike racing to encourage young men to check themselves.
Operating throughout East Anglia we are a Testicular Cancer charity based in Norwich.
Testicular Cancer is unusual in that it primarily affects younger men (aged 15 – 35), we deliver awareness talks in schools, colleges, youth organisations, and business premises - it’s vital that young men are educated about the symptoms of Testicular Cancer. Self-examination could save their life. To arrange a visit to your school or group then please email [email protected]
We provide patients with support packs during treatment, and offer peer to peer support giving patients and their families the opportunity to talk openly to someone who has been through a similar experience.
Testicular cancer can be successfully treated in over 98% cases, but early detection is essential.
For further details please visit www.itsontheball.org
We align with the following UN Sustainable Development Goals: