Run your pants off!

Run your pants off in aid of It's in the Bag - Supporting men with Testicular Cancer in the South West. We have 35 places for those who want to give The Great Bristol Half Marathon a go raising much needed funds to help us to continue our work and also launch our new running vests to spreading the word to check inside your pants.  

23rd September 2018

Testicular Cancer is the most common cancer in men aged between 15-45 years.

Approximately 240 young men in the South West (Hereford to Truro) are diagnosed with the cancer each year (2,400 diagnosed across the UK as a whole), with early diagnosis  key to effective treatment and survival.  As 98% of young men diagnosed with testicular cancer are cured, raising awareness of the disease  and encouraging men to check their testicles on a monthly basis is essential. 

Thank you for supporting us, your fundraising efforts will make a real difference. To make fundraising for us even easier, we've partnered with Everyday Hero to give you the ability to create your own online fundraising page. In just minutes you can build and customise your page, then start sharing the link with your friends, family and colleagues and asking them to make a donation. Every donation is then recorded on your fundraising page along with a message of support from your donors. So what are you waiting for? Create your own online fundraising page today!

It's in the Bag

We provide hands-on support for men with testicular cancer (germ cell) in the South-West, as well as raising awareness of the disease across the region and beyond.

It’s in the Bag is run by a group of survivors with support from specialist NHS staff. We have three simple aims:

Support:
Being diagnosed with testicular cancer and going through treatment is a huge challenge – physically, mentally and emotionally. We provide a range of activities and initiatives to help men through this tough time.

Awareness:
We teach men the importance of checking their balls regularly and taking any issues straight to their GP. Spreading this knowledge promotes earlier diagnosis, which often means simpler, more effective treatment and better chances of a cure.

Survival:
With UK cure rates for testicular cancer running above 98%, we focus on survival – helping guys tackle the emotional and practical impact of cancer, both during treatment and into their lives after.

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