We need to get a firm grip on testicular cancer!
Testicular Cancer is nothing to joke about!
I believe that together we could ‘lick’ this sticky issue, but – it’s been shown to respond much better when using a more, um, ‘hands on’ approach!
While there is a national US average of approximately 8,000 new cases of testicular cancer annually – it is also one of the most curable types of cancer at any age and at any stage.
The symptoms present early and are uniquely recognizable – which most often leads to an early – if not an easy diagnosis. Symptoms can include a painless testicular lump, swelling or pain, a dull ache in the abdomen or groin, enlarged breasts, backache, and/or a feeling of heaviness in the scrotum.
Even at it’s worst – after ignoring, denying, or being oblivious to these blatant symptoms, thereby allowing it to metastasize (spread) – the mortality rate is still only 1 in 5,000 cases. Considered to be very low.
But, every life counts, so I say the time has come to nip this problem in the ‘bud(s)’!
The fact of the matter is that a once-monthly dose of up close and personal interaction with your man’s scrotum comes highly recommended by The American Cancer Society, no less. The young and the unattached will need to take matters firmly into their own hands. Or, as Rodney Carrington so aptly croons: “It’s time to get a grip on your man to hand relationship!”
Meanwhile, attached men all across the globe are going ‘balls out’ to persuade their ladies that a far more regular maintenance schedule is in order to assuage their fears and put their minds at ease!
They’re not trying to be ‘dicks’ about it or anything – their concern should be seen only as the mature taking of responsibility for ones own personal health and welfare. Nothing more!
They’d also like to integrate the monthly scrotal massage with their lady’s monthly breast exam! Oh, yes – they would do this for us, girls! And, if all proves to be well in the health department – they ask that it please count towards foreplay!
But seriously, now: Every man – from the age of 15 – needs to on the lookout monthly for any changes in his ‘boys’, and to immediately see a Doctor if he finds something suspicious!
After all – this is one situation where needing ‘brass balls’ would NOT be such a good thing!
Lance Armstrong, the seven time winner of The Tour De France – lost a testicle to the disease and now leads the pack in the race to find the cure!
Here is a link to his Living Strong non-profit organization: LIVESTRONG.org
The ‘balls’ in your court now, gentlemen!
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