According to the American Cancer Association, doctors will diagnose 8,720 men with testicular cancer and another 180,890 patients with prostate cancer by the end of 2016.
And let’s not forget the 87 men who will take their own lives due to mental health in that same year. Awareness plays a significant role in prevention, diagnosis, and treatment.
That’s why we continue to support men across the world this November through Movember—the largest global fundraiser for men’s health.
The OnRamp team has done a magnificent job this year and we’ve encouraged them with regular emails like the one below. Remember, it’s not too late to join OnRamp this November and add your support.
Six people found the Easter Egg in the last email which meant I donated an additional $30 on behalf of Melissa May, Tiffany Carter, David Staffel, Natalie Valent, Wayne Ramirez and Shane Shissler.
Hard to believe it is already Week 3 – stay strong. This is the itchy phase – resist the razor!
We’ve raised $2,065 toward our $2000 goal – Let’s keep it going! Big surge in YEI giving – 22,315 YEI points donated by 19 people toward our 50,000 point goal. So far the team has logged 71 moves, 217,157 steps, and 548.16 miles from running, walking, biking, swimming and working out to name just a few activities. Fantastic!!
Please continue to promote the team’s efforts to drive donations at: http://moteam.co/mo-betta-onramp and through YouEarnedIt.
Sounds obvious, but you’ll never get a donation if you don’t ask! Everyone in the company can ask for donations to the team by asking people to support OnRamp’s efforts at http://moteam.co/mo-betta-onramp.
Take a look at the following info on testicular cancer to help you know as you Mo’:
The most common sign of testicular cancer are lumps, swelling and/or pain in the testicles or scrotum. However, lumps are usually painless or just uncomfortable – but don’t wait to feel pain before visiting your doctor! Swelling can also occur without a lump. So, basically, anything out of the ordinary for you should be checked out by a doctor! Also, keep in mind, these symptoms to not necessarily mean you HAVE testicular cancer… that’s why a visit to the doctor is so important! Left untreated, testicular cancer can spread through other parts of your body. Don’t wait for symptoms to get worse… they aren’t going to go away on their own… visit the doctor and get a diagnosis!
EACH DAY 24 MALES ARE DIAGNOSED WITH TESTICULAR CANCER.
EACH DAY 1 MALE LOSES THEIR LIFE FROM THIS DISEASE.
Please continue to promote the team’s efforts to drive donations at:
http://moteam.co/mo-betta-onramp and through YouEarnedIt. Post it to your friends on social media or have your significant other post to their friends to help support us.
Keep up the great work OnRamp!