Posts tagged survivorship
TC Conference Guest Speaker - Skip Hudson

We are honored and excited to welcome Skip Hudson as a guest speaker at the Testicular Cancer Conference 2018. Skip is an entrepreneur with over 33 years of practical experience as a small business owner (6 companies) or department director for large public and private organizations (7).  He also served as President of a health-related non-profit company (TCAF).  He is a proven project and program manager.

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TC Conference Guest Speaker - David Jacobs

We are honored and excited to welcome David Jacobs as a guest speaker at the Testicular Cancer Conference. David originally started working in the fitness industry as a professional wrestler which he states was an amazing and eye-opening experience. He was constantly surrounded by huge characters with incredible physiques who inspired him to take his fitness to the next level. It was at this time that David really started training hard and doing a lot of research to learn as much as possible about bodybuilding and nutrition. Being a wrestler was a fantastic time in David’s life, but it takes a toll on your body, so he decided to pursue a career in personal training.

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TC Conference Guest Speaker - BJ "Honkey" Lange

ast year BJ Lange was an attendee and this year we are honored to welcome him back as a guest speaker at the Testicular Cancer Conference 2018. BJ Lange is a current resident of Los Angeles and a native to St. Louis, Missouri. BJ is an alumnus of iO West (formerly improvOlympic West), Upright Citizens Brigade Los Angeles, and a graduate of The Second City Hollywood Conservatory, long form program, and musical improv programs. He has also studied at The Groundlings Theater.

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Announcing TCAF Caregiver and Co-Survivor Blogger Alexia Karanikas

Today is a very special day. Not only does today mark the start of Testicular Cancer Awareness Month, but my husband, Nate, and I are also celebrating a huge milestone. He is officially two years cancer free! Considering that the majority of relapses occur in the first two years, this is a moment we have cautiously awaited for the last 731 days. I feel so grateful to TCAF founder, Kim Jones, for the opportunity to write my first blog in support of all past and present testicular cancer patients and caregivers during such a monumental moment in our lives.

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