Each month, one testicular cancer survivor sacks up and speaks up to share his story. October featured Adam Bernard.
On my testicular cancer and men’s health awareness website, A Ballsy Sense of Tumor, I write all about my personal cancer journey and men’s health in general. Today, I’m giving you bite-sized summaries of what appeared on the blog in October.
Scott Hamilton is a figure skater, sports broadcaster, testicular cancer survivor, and cancer advocate. Last year, I got to speak with him about his journey and our shared experiences. Apparently this is a new fall tradition, because I got to have another conversation with Scott about his new “Live Your Days” program, men’s health, and more.
Read more in “Live Your Days with Scott Hamilton.”
Each month, one testicular cancer survivor sacks up and speaks up to share his story. October featured Adam Bernard. In his memoir ChemBro: Embracing Beastmode to Beat Cancer, this testicular cancer survivor and fitness junkie shares his experiences and life lessons learned from facing this disease.
Learn more in “Adam Bernard – ChemBro.”
October 2020 marked four year since my testicular cancer journey began. It’s definitely been an era of ups and downs in a variety of domains in my life. I take time to reflect on these changes.
Find out these reflections in “Four Years Ago.”
Bleomycin, a chemotherapy drug, can potentially cause lung damage. As a testicular cancer survivor who had bleomycin treatment, I was curious about my own risk for complications if I were to contract COVID-19. Good news – I have no lung damage!
Discover the process I went through in “My Own Risk for COVID19.”
That wraps up October’s recap of A Ballsy Sense of Tumor. Until next time, Carpe Scrotiem.
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