7 Essential Things You Didn't Know About Testicular Cancer, But Should

Movember photo series, part 3.

November is Movember, an entire month dedicated to growing mustaches and raising awareness of important men's health issues, including testicular cancer. At A Plus, we are growing mustaches to raise funds for the Movember Foundation. Take a moment to donate to this important cause.

Here are our photos for the third week of Movember with our mustaches.

While testicular cancer may not be the most prevalent type of cancer for all men, it is the most common cancer for men ages 15-39. And without the proper medical care, the cancer can easily spread.

Doing self-checkups is one of the best ways to see if you have testicular cancer. If you do notice something odd during a self-exam, you should seek a medical professional.

We designed this helpful infographic with all of the details you need to know: