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#testicular cancer

From TheJournal.ie Pleasant update - Graham Linehan's cancer has gone Up With This Sort Of Thing

Pleasant update - Graham Linehan's cancer has gone

The Father Ted co-writer had revealed earlier this week that he had been undergoing treatment for testicular cancer and would need to undergo chemotherapy.

From TheJournal.ie Father Ted creator Graham Linehan reveals he's undergoing cancer treatment Testicular Cancer

Father Ted creator Graham Linehan reveals he's undergoing cancer treatment

Linehan shared the news of his testicular cancer diagnosis on Twitter earlier today.

From TheJournal.ie GAA players are urging men to check their testicles Know Thy Nuts

GAA players are urging men to check their testicles

GAA players Jason Hughes, Emlyn Mulligan, Lee Chin and Killian Clarke are ‘copping a feel’ to raise awareness of testicular cancer.

From The42 ‘Your body sinks, it’s just that word’ – Noel McGrath gives first interview since cancer diagnosis Comeback Kid

‘Your body sinks, it’s just that word’ – Noel McGrath gives first interview since cancer diagnosis

The Tipperary hurler made a dramatic return to the pitch after surgery and chemotherapy.

From The42 A giant pair of balls took part in Sunday's London Marathon Unbelievable Jeff

A giant pair of balls took part in Sunday's London Marathon

Lots of people were quite amused at the sight.

From The42 Tipperary's Noel McGrath to undergo surgery for testicular cancer Surgery

Tipperary's Noel McGrath to undergo surgery for testicular cancer

The Tipperary County Board released the news this morning.

Is #FeelingNuts for testicular cancer the new Ice Bucket Challenge?

It’s exactly what you think it is, and male celebrities are ALL over it.

From The42 Newcastle winger Gutierrez diagnosed with testicular cancer Get Well Soon

Newcastle winger Gutierrez diagnosed with testicular cancer

The Argentine international has thanked fans for their support after announcing the news.

From The42 Gary O'Neill warns that 'early detection is key' after comeback from testicular cancer Comeback

Gary O'Neill warns that 'early detection is key' after comeback from testicular cancer

The Drogheda United star has two league goals to his name already this season.

From The42 Gary O’Neill scores on Drogheda return after battle with cancer Great News

Gary O’Neill scores on Drogheda return after battle with cancer

A pre-season friendly win saw the striker mark his comeback with the goal of the night.

From The42 I'm not stepping into Dan Carter's shoes, I wear my own -- Aaron Cruden 1st 5/8

I'm not stepping into Dan Carter's shoes, I wear my own -- Aaron Cruden

With half of his 28 All Black caps coming from the start, the Chiefs number 10 won’t be considered a back up option any more.

From The42 Stuey Byrne to run Dublin Marathon in aid of former team-mate Gary O’Neill Good Cause

Stuey Byrne to run Dublin Marathon in aid of former team-mate Gary O’Neill

The ex-Shelbourne midfielder has also promised to wear a St Patrick’s Athletic jersey if he raises his targeted amount.

From The42 League of Ireland players and officials show their support for Gary O'Neill Get Well Soon

League of Ireland players and officials show their support for Gary O'Neill

The Drogheda United striker was recently diagnosed with testicular cancer.

From TheJournal.ie Column: I was diagnosed with cancer at just 22 – here's what all men need to know Cancer

Column: I was diagnosed with cancer at just 22 – here's what all men need to know

Testicular cancer doesn’t select age, lifestyle, or when it’s the most convenient for you to deal with it. Men young and old need to conquer whatever fear or embarrassment they might feel and check for warning signs, writes Aodhán Gregory.