TESTICULAR CANCER SUPPORT FORUM
The Testicular Cancer Information and Support Forum is provided by TC-Cancer.com. These forums are the place to learn about testicular cancer from people that have been there before. There have been over 6000 members that have contributed to thousands of threads and over 100,000 posts. There is a plethora of valuable information from men and caregivers that have been affected by testicular cancer and there is a search function to help you find what you are looking for. Whether you are worried about symptoms or during treatment and beyond this is the place for you.
Major topics include Just Diagnosed, Treatments After Orchiectomy, Chemotherapy Medications, Living With Testicular Cancer, Caregivers Space and more. You can also check out the Frequently Asked Questions section for more information.
Do yourself a favor and join the Testicular Cancer Information and Support Forum.
TC-NET EMAIL SUPPORT
The Testicular Cancer Resource Center has two different email lists that you can subscribe to. Once subscribed you can post questions via email to the other members that have registered. The email list is full of people that have been affected by testicular cancer. You will also receive questions posted by other users and have the option of replying your response. The TC-Net Email Support is a great way to get the information you need about symptoms, diagnosis, treatments, survivorship and caregiver support. There are two lists, TC-Net and TC-Supporters. The TC-Net list is the most active but feel free to subscribe to both.
Join the TC-Net Email Support System, you can always unsubscribe, but we think you will find it to be a very valuable resource.
THE STUPID CANCER FORUMS
While not specific to testicular cancer The Stupid Cancer Forums is the place for Adolescent and Young Adult (AYA) Cancer Survivors. These forums are brought to you by Stupid Cancer and provide a place to meet other young survivors, learn about life after a cancer diagnosis or just plain vent.
Join The Stupid Cancer Forums and find out what a great community there is for young adult cancer survivors.