SPACEBALLS: Launching Testicular Cancer Awareness Month!
It’s one small step for man, one giant leap for testicular cancer awareness!
In a world first, The Robin Cancer Trust has sent a pair of testicles into space as part of its SPACEBALLS campaign to well and truly ‘launch’ Testicular Cancer Awareness Month on April 1st 2019.
SPACEBALLS aims to save lives through educating young men of the signs and symptoms of testicular cancer, whilst reducing embarrassment by talking openly and honestly about the importance of regular self-exams and early detection.
Seven men each day are diagnosed with testicular cancer in the UK. The most common cancer in men aged between 15 and 45, testicular cancer is 98% curable if detected early.
Toby Freeman, Founder & CEO, The Robin Cancer Trust said:
“SPACEBALLS will deliver something we’ve never seen before – a balls-eye view of the UK – and our aim is to reach every man in the country with our life-saving message. We want to stop young men dying from this incredibly curable form of cancer.”
“We really hope our campaign, and Testicular Cancer Awareness Month, will encourage young men to check themselves. It could save their lives.”
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