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I’m also a sportsman like you, so I’m going to talk to you straight and I hope you don’t mind. Last summer I learned that I have testicular cancer. I work as a fireman, and that’s a guy with balls, right?! So my first worry was if I would still be a real man. Anyway, thanks to early detection, immediate surgery, and because it “appeared” in time, I only had one dose of chemotherapy and now I’m well. I still do sport and I’m still a man .-)

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I‘m one of your fans, and even though this topic is very close to me since I work as a doctor, until I heard you on Radiožurnal, I didn‘t even know that there was such a campaign. And so just by chance right after I heard about this project, I advised my neighbor, who had non-specific urinary problems, to get a checkup. Bingo had prostate cancer and is currently on the waiting list to have his prostate removed.

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Today, thanks to the article about your girlfriend and her song on, I learned that you are engaged in raising awareness of testicular cancer. For a long time I hesitated to speak up when I read somewhere that there was a discussion on this topic. I am 32 years old and have already had testicular cancer twice. The first time at 20, and the second time when I was 26. I have lost both testicles, but I’m alive have no restrictions. I just don‘t make testosterone naturally, so I take it in tablet form.

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I would like to say that I appreciate the media coverage of your testicular cancer case. In fact, I first heard something about it with regard to Lance Armstrong, but at that time I didn’t know anything about it at all. It didn’t really make an impression. Not until 2010/2011, and then the 2012 Olympics, did I become aware that this can affect all guys, even boys in puberty. And all because you made it known in the media! Thank you for that.

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