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About us
We’re a Scottish charity dedicated to raising awareness about testicular cancer. We’re here to shout the benefits of education and self-checks!

Early detection means more effective treatment. Regular checks are important for every man you know. And every man needs to know what to look for.

You’ll find us doing our work at schools, colleges, community hubs and events. We want to get everyone talking — and checking!

 
Cahonas founder Ritchie Marshall

Cahonas founder Ritchie Marshall

 

Education &
awareness talks

We want testicular health to be talked about openly and self-checks to be part of everyone’s monthly routine. At events, workplaces and education establishments, we share our message about the symptoms of testicular cancer and how to check for them.


Contact us for more info. We’re always happy to come and talk balls!

 
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Resources

We have lots of free resources for you to download: including education materials, our Self-Check Guide and a Self-Check poster to help you spread the word!


Click here to browse our full range of downloadable materials.

 
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Campaigns

We run award-winning marketing campaigns to raise awareness of testicular cancer. From our inaugural #TartanChecks to the annual #CheckYerBawballs, our campaigns have reached more than 100 million people online, garnered support from a host of celebrities and got the nation talking balls for the past three years running.


Check out CheckYerBawballs 2018!

 
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Our ambassadors

These amazing Scottish men have signed on to help us. Busy with thriving careers, they’re also working to build awareness around testicular cancer. And needless to say, they all self-check!

 
 

Contact us
We can help with information, advice and fundraising tips. And we’d love to hear your story. So reach out and say hello!


Cahonas Scotland

Erskine House, 3rd Floor
1 North Avenue
Clydebank
West Dunbartonshire G81 2DR
Telephone: 0141 952 0675

 
 
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Unfortunately we can’t offer medical advice or support. If you have any concerns regarding your health, please contact your GP.

 
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