Tackle – the problem!

Img0610Inju5tice will be supporting male cancer charity, Everyman, during an upcoming promotional tour. Inju5tice has pledged to raise awareness of testicular cancer which is the most common cancer in young men.


They have chosen to support Everyman following one member’s recent scare with testicular cancer. When one of the boys found a lump, it caused great concern. Although it was found not to be cancerous, the scare highlighted the importance of raising awareness amongst males that frequent self-checking could be a life saver. Inju5tice’s Luke says “We are really looking forward to getting the message out there that self-checking is vital. Men don’t tend to be as vocal about health issues so we really want to try and break that stigma.”

Inju5tice’s first single- Long Long Way From Home is out 27th September
Album- World’s Most Wanted is out 11th October
www.inju5tice.co.uk

If you only do one thing for charity this year why not help beat cancer by purchasing these exclusive Everyman boxer shorts? For every boxer you buy, you get an excellent product as well as making a contribution to the Everyman Male Cancer Campaign. The Everyman boxer offers the same great comfort and support as our other products, with a £5 donation from each Everyman boxer purchased going directly to the campaign.

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Testicular cancer facts

Testicular cancer develops from within the cells in the testes. It usually presents itself as a lump in the testicle. Regular self examination can help to detect this cancer at an early stage.

A lump in either testicle
Any enlargement of the testicle
A feeling of heaviness in the scrotum
A dull ache in the abdomen or groin
A sudden collection of fluid in the scrotum
Growth or tenderness of the upper chest

If you do have any of these symptoms, don’t just wait and hope that they disappear – go and get checked out by your doctor. Most lumps are not cancerous but the earlier you find out, the earlier you can get any necessary treatment.
And remember – if caught early, testicular cancer is 99% curable.

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