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    TeleSupport® Cancer Network

    Next Sunday on The Group Room® cancer talk radio show

    Sunday, July 29, 2007
    1–3pm PT • 4–6pm ET

    Testicular Cancer

    Testicular cancer is the most common solid tumor in young men between he ages of 15 and 35 years. We need to get guys talking about it and aware of the importance of self exam, even if it’s embarrassing, because when diagnosed early, testicular cancer is highly treatable. Join us in The Group Room as we talk about all the issues that impact a young man facing testicular cancer, as well as the latest in treatment with host, Selma Schimmel, CEO & Founder of Vital Options International and special noted guest:

    Craig Nichols, MD
    Director of Clinical Program Development
    Medical Director, Lymphoma and Testicular Cancer Research
    Robert W. Franz Cancer Research Center at the Earle A. Chiles Research Institute
    Medical Oncologist, The Oregon Clinic, Portland, OR

    Joining the discussion on innovative awareness approaches will be Stephen Carey, Executive Director of the Sean Kimerling Testicular Cancer Foundation.

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    The Group Room is produced by VITAL OPTIONS INTERNATIONAL, a non-profit cancer communications, support and advocacy organization, in association with Premiere Radio Networks.

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