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Welcome to the DT38 September 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. Support for Dylan ‘Breaks The Internet’ Dylan making his debut in the League Cup tie vs Wigan in 2012 Huge thanks to the thousands of people who paid tribute to Dylan Tombides on...

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Welcome to the DT38 Foundation April 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. Our Work to Get Through Coronavirus (Covid-19) It has been reported that in the UK alone – let alone Australia – the first 12 weeks of the Government’s social distancing restrictions has...

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Check 1-Two, DT38 Campaigns, Self Checking -

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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