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Testicular cancer is the most common form of cancer in young men. It’s a subject matter that leaves many guys embarrassed. But if we lessen the stigma and get more guys talking about their nuts, well that’ll save many more lives. In fact, if testicular cancer is caught early enough, men have a 97% chance of survival. #LetsTalkBalls

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The Balls Ball 2018

Testicular Cancer Canada invites you to come rock out with your balls out and celebrate a colourful evening with many tastes and emotions.

Come out and support our strong men who have battled this terrible disease with comedy, raffles and great music. Our local sponsors have supplied us with amazing prizes such as sports tickets, gift certificates and so much more.

Date : Friday April 13th 2018

Location : 588 Richmond Street West, Toronto ON.

Time: 7pm

Buy your tickets HERE

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Spring Balls 2018

Spring Balls is Testicular Cancer Canada’s main fundraising campaign. Beginning on March 20th, the first day of Spring, and ending on April 30th, Spring Balls invites Canadians to organize fundraising events that are active or festive.

Also, thanks to Testicular Cancer Canada’s donation structure, each donation of $28 will go directly to raising awareness of a high school classroom in Canada.



Save lives and reduce pain

Help us grab testicular cancer by the balls.


We all have lots of things to be embarrassed about. Getting your testicles checked isn’t one of them.


What is it?

Testicular cancer is a frightening condition for men and their loved ones. Most often it is diagnosed in young men who are typically not expected to be faced with a diagnosis of cancer. It is actually the most common cancer in young men in Canada. It is also one of the most curable cancers. 


Check 'em out

You don’t need permission to check ‘em™ regularly. In fact, it could save your life. Testicular cancer is the most prevalent cancer in men aged 15 to 29, but it’s also among the most treatable when caught early.

So learn to check ‘em out at least once a month. The more familiar you are with their normal shape and size, the earlier you will be able to detect an abnormality. 

Of all cancers, testicular cancer is the one that has the highest cure rate.
— National Cancer Institute

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