TESTICULAR SELF-EXAM CAMPAIGN
TUESDAY, APRIL 7, 2020
TESTICULAR CANCER IS MOST COMMON IN MALES 15 - 44 YEARS OLD AND 99% CURABLE IF DETECTED EARLY.
NATIONAL BALL CHECK DAY™
Join us to celebrate National Ball Check Day™ on the first Tuesday in April to raise awareness for testicular cancer.
National Ball Check Day™ is a social media campaign and day aiming to MANdate testicular self-exams and raise awareness for early detection of testicular cancer. Our mission is to eliminate the stigma surrounding this type of cancer. This is the first-ever day dedicated to performing testicular self-exams and we are a compliment of Testicular Cancer Awareness Month.
Be sure to share your photos on social media using #NationalBallCheckDay and #ICheckedMyBalls! Together we will save lives, one ball at a time!
Jason Greenspan and Thomas Cantley (aka Mr. Ballsy) are both testicular cancer survivors and passionate about spreading awareness. They are teaming up to create physical results by reminding males to perform testicular self-exams, one ball at a time!