Everyman - Funding research to cross out male cancer
Everyman is the UK's leading male cancer campaign
Everyman Support Group
Wendy Gough, Everyman supporter, lost her son to testicular cancer (read Wendy's story).
She has set up the Everyman Support Group which offers help, advice and awareness talks on prostate, testicular and breast cancer.
You can contact her directly by:
Telephone: 01727 730 652 or
The following websites have been recommended to us by Everyman supporters. They offer advice, details of local support groups, or simply an individual's story of their experience.
The Patient UK website offers health information as provided by GPs to patients during consultations. It also has a list of patient support organisations, self help groups, health and disease information providers, etc. www.patient.co.uk
Supporters of Everyman and The Institute of Cancer Research's SAFE Campaign, this Isle of Man-based charity raises money and awareness, as well as offering supplimentary services for cancer sufferers. http://www.cancer.org.im/anticancer_assoc.htm
A prostate and testicular awareness campaign run in association with Everyman. www.check-em.com
Odyssey is a charity which enhances the quality of life for people with cancer through imaginative programmes of challenging and dramatic activities using the outdoors. www.odyssey.org.uk
Phil Morris, Everyman supporter, and a number of his friends describe their experience of testicular cancer and offer their advice. www.checkemlads.com
Mark Bagnall, Everyman supporter, put this site together to give his personal perspective of testicular cancer. www.checkyourballs.co.uk
Tim Stollery, Everyman supporter, tells his story. www.timstollery.com
Alan Mills, Everyman supporter, tells his story. www.mybollox.com
Please note: The information presented on the web sites listed here is not under the control of The Institute of Cancer Research and should only be used to support, not replace, the advice of your own doctor. The Institute of Cancer Research cannot accept any responsibility for the misuse of this information.