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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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Welcome to the DT38 Foundation February 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. 5th Anniversary of DT38 On February 28th February we marked the 5th anniversary of DT38. Since those first moments in 2015 when Tracy Tombides and her family and friends attended the grand...

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Ambassadors, DT38 Golf Day, Dylan Tombides, Jim Tombides, Testicular Cancer, Tracy Tombides -

Welcome to the DT38 January newsletter for the UK and Australia, 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. 5th Anniversary of DT38   At the end of February we will be marking the fifth anniversary of DT38 as a charity in the UK and awareness campaign in...

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The DT38 Foundation has been set up in memory of Dylan James Tombides. Dylan was an Australian International and West Ham United professional football player who passed away aged 20 in April 2014 after a 3 year battle with testicular cancer.  The West Ham Family thought so highly of Dylan that they retired his number 38 and made DT38 one of their principal charities. The foundation has been formed as a result of Dylan initially being misdiagnosed. Our vision is to change the way testicular cancer is diagnosed by implementing best practice diagnostic guidelines for patients who present with testicular symptoms....

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