I’m working on a testicle exam chart to encourage men to grope their balls during Testicular Cancer Awareness Week, coming up in April. Anyway, give us feedback on our chart! We kind of figure most men touch their testicles at least once a day — the need to adjust, don’t ya know — but that may not necessarily mean they are actively looking for telltale lumps. So, we’d like to take a very unscientific survey — men: how often do you touch your balls daily? The results will be included in our final poster and free download as one of a handful of Nutty Nuggets — fun facts about testicles!
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