Testicular cancer affects mainly young to middle aged men, but if caught early enough you have a very high chance of survival. It is important that men check themselves regularly and they should go to their GP if they detect any unusual bumps or swelling. More information about this type of cancer, and what to do to protect yourself, in the links below.
Helpline and comprehensive support on the website of Orchid, the charity for male cancers.
0808 802 0010
A very comprehensive testicular cancer awareness and support site.
Macmillan Cancer Support is dedicated to improving the quality of life of those who live with cancer. An up to date website, recently incorporating Cancer BACKUP information, and support also through the helpline, in addition to their 2000 specialist cancer nurses.
CancerHelp, a comprehensive information service for those living with cancer, is part of Cancer Research UK.
Extensive, good quality health information usually provided by GPs and nurses during consultation.
NHS Direct Wales is a 24 hour helpline, which can give advice about health and health services across Wales. It is staffed by experienced nurses specially trained to give advice over the phone and provide information about all your local services.