Posts Tagged ‘Seminoma’

“My Voice” by Mike Craycraft

"My Voice" by Mike Craycraft

My name is Mike Craycraft and I am a testicular cancer survivor. What does it mean to me to be a Survivor? Well, as I write this, it is approaching 6 years to the day that I first heard my doctor say, “It looks like it is cancer” so I figured it was a good [...]


“My Voice” by Brian Dowd

"My Voice" by Brian Dowd

One night in May 2006 while Kristy, my wife,  and  I were sleeping our daughter Caroline tried to get into bed with us. Though she did this nightly, this night stood out from all the rest. On this night she accidentally kicked me in my groin. It was not an abnormal pain, just a pain. [...]


“My Voice” by Jase Edgar

"My Voice" by Jase Edgar

My journey as a cancer patient:
“I am 99% sure that you have testicular cancer Jason!” Although not a 100% diagnosis, this was it. I was sat before a doctor in a small consulting room within my local hospital’ ER and listened to the words ‘Seminoma’ and ‘Testicular Cancer’, these words rang in my [...]


“My Voice” by Andy Coles

"My Voice" by Andy Coles

You could say my experience as a ‘survivor’ started 6 months after my conception.  I was born 3 months premature, weighing in at a weedy 2lb 6oz; the doctors rushing me into the ICU early on Christmas Eve, 1975.  My parents have always said that I was just impatient to get out because I didn’t [...]