[WATCH] Cisk’s Movember appeal – Time to start talking

Andrew was diagnosed with Stage II Testicular Cancer in July 2012. It was during a visit to his GP due to a cold that he mentioned a change in size of one of his testicles to the doctor. Shortly afterwards he was having an ultrasound done and this was followed by an operation and chemotherapy. Five months later he was given the all clear.

He now campaigns to raise awareness among men, urging them to speak up when they notice a change in their bodies. Testicular cancer is the most common type of cancer in males aged 15 to 35 but it can strike at any age.

Cisk teamed up with Andrew this Movember to help spread the word.

Follow the #ciskmovember campaign on www.facebook.com/cisk

Learn more about cancer that affect males on www.facebook.com/MaltaMaleCancerAwareness

 

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