\n\n\n\n\n\n\n\nTesticular Cancer Awareness Month is celebrated in April of each year\nAbout Testicular Cancer\n\nTesticular cancer is the most common type of cancer in men ages 15-35 years, but men of all ages can be at risk.\nTesticular cancer is of special concern to young men. It’s less common in middle-aged and older men. Caucasian men are about 5 times more likely to develop testicular cancer than African American men. The rate among Hispanic men lies between those of African Americans and Caucasians.\nIn the U.S., over 8,500 cases are diagnosed each year, and almost 400 males die of testicular cancer. According to the American Cancer Society, the average age of diagnosis is about age 33.\nMost testicular cancer awareness organizations recommend that males conduct regular self-exams. Instructions for self exams can be found here.\nYou can learn more about testicular cancer at the Men’s Health Resource Center.\nHere is a great list of additional resources: \nMen’s Health NetworkMen’s Health Network is dedicated to promoting testicular cancer awareness through community outreach, workplace, and faith-based activities, online health information, and educational products and programs.\nSave The DoodadsSave the Doodads is dedicated to fighting testicular cancer through health education and promotion, early detection methods, and advocacy. \nMen’s Health InitiativePromotes awareness of testicular cancer through research and advocacy. … more …\nMr TesticlesIs the founding Charity champion for the Male Cancer Awareness Campaign. His job is to raise awareness and reduce embarrassment of Testicular Cancer.\nTesticular Cancer Awareness FoundationFights testicular cancer through awareness and outreach, promoting the importance of monthly self-exams for early detection, support and guidance to patients and families.\nTesticular Cancer CanadaDedicated to giving men the tools to catch testicular cancer early, while acting as a support community for those who are and have been affected through our awareness \u0026amp; educational programs.\nTesticular Cancer FoundationProvides education and support to young men to raise awareness about testicular cancer,\nTesticular Cancer SocietyDedicated to increasing awareness and education about the disease and providing support for fighters, survivors and caregivers.\nYour PrivatesAn Orchid campaign. Orchid exists to save men’s lives from testicular, prostate and penile cancers through a range of support services, pioneering research and promoting awareness.