This is project Who Checks Wins created by It's in the Bag Cancer Support a guide on how to check your balls.
The video is to train you in this delicate but lifesaving skill. It is one of the hardest and most difficult tasks known to man. It requires dexterity, strength of character, concentration and memory.
This is It's in the Bag's brand new campaign and the first since 2016, with it's award winning Are Your Balls Match Fit. Our aims are Support Awareness Survival (SAS) so we thought instead of Who Dares Wins, what about Who Checks Wins! An on trend quirky campaign with a serious message which could ultimately save lives.
Funded by The National Lottery and supported by Jonathan Dixon (illustrator) and Clear As Day Productions (Film Makers and Script by Founder of It's in the Bag Sue Brand.
Are you up to the task!
The one stat you should take on board, and never lose sight of, is this: More than 98% of men who get testicular cancer will be cured.
If you find something strange, don't stew over whether it's serious or not. Go straight to your GP! This will give you the best chance of early diagnosis in the rare event of testicular cancer.
Remember: Ball problems are usually caused by something much less serious than cancer, but you should never try to figure out what's wrong without your doctor's advice.
For more information, please head over to our website - www.itsinthebag.org.uk
If you or any of your friends and family are suffering with testicular cancer, you are not alone. Head over to our Its in the Experience playlist for a series of videos that cover the journey of testicular cancer, from finding something through to survivorship.
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We provide hands-on support for men with testicular cancer in the South-West, as well as raising awareness of the disease across the region and beyond.
It’s in the Bag is run by a group of testicular cancer survivors with support from specialist NHS staff. We have three simple aims:
We align with the following UN Sustainable Development Goals: