National Testicular Cancer Awareness Society
Test UR Testes

Save Lives with A.R.T.

  • Awareness

  • Research

  • Treatment

Every male whose life is improved or saved starts by being aware and having open conversations.  

“Dude, my balls hurt.”  

“Have you checked them for lumps?  If you feel something say something.  Check them and go to your doctor.”

Testicular cancer is leading cancer in males ages 15-44.

Males in the United States alone:
0
Get diagnosed
0
Dies every year
0
Survive

Our Mission

To bring awareness and prevention of Testicular Cancer on a national and global level. Connecting the community to share, support, prevent, heal, and thrive. By co-creating with our community with information, knowledge/resources, tools, making it OK to talk about your balls.

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Read, watch, view, listen, learn, laugh, cry, post, share, comment, engage, support, give, receive, and just be.

1 man dies every day to testicular cancer

Make a real difference in your health and save lives of other males in your life.

Get Involved

Please consider a financial donation. We have many plans for the site and for the community that are at this time a bit early to post about. Do you like the private community?

Have you ever had a well intended person either on-line or in person tell you to just deal with it? Get over it?

Excuse me. I will never get over my son and how ignorate, unempathtic and was part of the spark for the CheckYourPackage.org online private community. Where we all can be at in our own journey and support each other without all the Facebook and other social media knowing and others unknowningly making my/our day suck.

So this is for me.
It's for you.
It's for us.

Awareness is Everything

Let’s start the conversation.  Help take away the shame and embarassment of this aggressive disease!  Testicular cancer is the new breast cancer.  We need to start educating our males how to self examine their testicles.  There are genetic predispostions as well as contributing factors.  The build up sperm cells leads to cancer cells if not released regularly.  Masterbation helps release the overcrowded abundance of sperm cells that can lead to cancer cells.  Have a conversation with your primary care physician.  During every doctor well check visit, make sure a testicular examination is performed.

Whether you contribute financially, support, educational resources, or share your story to, help educate others. 

Connect, get support, find resources, and provide help to others.  

You can make a real and lasting difference in men’s lives.

Hunter Lee McGee National Testicular Cancer Society
Hunter Lee McGee National Testicular Cancer Society
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