Stories

Cameron’s Story

Making Choices for my Wife’s Cancer Care My wife is a cancer survivor. Often, she mentions how challenging it must have been for me to manage the situation as her husband and caregiver.  Being a caregiver is a difficult task, and I hope...

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Terry’s Story

I started to get pain in my left testicle in 2005, I had a slight lump so I went to see the doctor and he said it was probably just a cist and not to worry. He couldn’t feel anything. I went again several times and he said the same thing...

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Adamo’s Story

I am basically ( so far) as testicular cancer survivor. Just over 7 months ago, yes just after Christmas, I went to the GP with an ache in my balls, there wasnt exactly an irregular feel to them, but its just gut male instinct told me to swallow...

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Gareth’s Story

You have to volley back a lot of misconceptions when you tell people you play cards for a living. “What’s your poker face like?” tends to be the first thing people ask me. I feel as if I’m letting them down when I say that I don’t have one...

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Neil’s Story

It was late April 2004 whilst at University that I found a lump whilst undergoing a regular check. The lump was about the size of half a peanut on my left ‘ball’ and I had an immediate sense of needing to get to the Doctors. It was a...

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Scott’s Story

My dad was diagnosed with prostate cancer February last year. In June it had spread into his bones at a rapid rate at this point he was in a wheel chair as he could not work I went to my mom and dads every night for four months to change him and...

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David’s Story

In 1997 when I was 30, I started to have pain in my breast area, the main time this happened was when my children climbed in bed beside me in the mornings, they tended to lever themselves up with an elbow on my chest!! I booked an appointment...

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