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The second month of DT38's Check 1-Two campaign has taken place, led by footballers from Australia and the UK. Perth Glory goalkeeper Liam Reddy and Luton Town forward Elliot Lee both made films to encourage men to self-check their testicles on the first of every month from now on. A-League stopper Liam, accompanied by his children, insisted "there's never been a better time" for men to check themselves while Championship favourite Elliot - a close friend of Dylan Tombides at West Ham United - kept it simple with the messages "it could save your life" and "check your balls!". Both...

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Welcome to the DT38 March newsletter, Channel38. This is where we bring together all the very latest developments, events and support stories at DT38. It’s also a chance for us to share important information about the work we do to raise awareness of testicular cancer around schools and in communities as well as publicly offering our thanks to the many people who support us in our endeavours. Coronavirus (Covid-19) Our lives have changed dramatically in the past few weeks as we all pull together in both Australia and the UK to keep the most vulnerable within our society safe during...

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An auction to play a round of golf with a celebrity at DT38 Australia's first ever Charity Golf Day is now open. Bidding has opened to play a four ball (you plus two friends) with a host of stars including Perth Glory defender Alex Grant, club legend Bobby Despotovski, Perth Wildcats icon Mike Ellis, DT38 Patron and Fox Sports presenter Daniel Garb and DT38 Ambassador and Fox Sports commentator Simon Hill. The event takes place on May 21st at Wembley Golf Course, Wembley Downs and will also include a Q & A dinner with the stars in the evening. The event...

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DT38 has teamed up with fellow charity Checkemlads Testicular Cancer on the eve of our 5th anniversary to share a valuable range of resources about the disease to men and boys across the world.Since 2015, DT38 has been educating people about testicular cancer, raising awareness of the disease, promoting self checking and organising free scan sessions in the UK and Australia.Checkemlads Testicular Cancer and their new website Testicular Cancer Uk – was founded by testicular cancer survivor Phil Morris.The charity is “an army of (testicular cancer) survivors willing to help with support in our support group.”They have continued to grow...

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To mark the 5th anniversary of DT38, we have launched a new and exciting campaign to encourage men and boys to check their testicles regularly. Spearheaded by a team of big names from the world of football, Check 1-Two is an important new regular event to educate males to be safe in the nether regions by carrying out a simple check on the first day of every month. Whether you’re in the shower, in bed, at home on the sofa or anywhere else suitably private, it only takes a couple of minutes to examine your balls. And keeping an eye (or...

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