Donagh, Darragh, and Harry, are currently helping to raise awareness of testicular cancer by asking men to complete their short cancer awareness survey. This is a part of the research for their BT Young Scientist project which they hope to be presenting in Dublin next January. A brave project to take on, but one that could actually save lives. It’s simple, anonymous, and will only take a few minutes, so please help them out by completing their survey.
Please help raise awareness of testicular cancer by completing this short survey https://t.co/HuPS4R4gCd You will be helping students in their research for their @BTYSTE project @michealsheridan @mercyfoundcork @IrishCancerSoc @JohnHartson10 @HartsFND @millstreet_town @GrathNoel pic.twitter.com/UKvqJaf6RI
— Millstreet Community School (@MillstreetCS) November 6, 2019
Many thanks to Mícheál from @mercyfoundcork for a vital information session on #testicularcancer for all our male students (TY-6th Yr) & staff today.Raising awareness of this #Cancer among 15-35 year old males is key to early detection & treatment pic.twitter.com/raz8mkiVZ3
— Millstreet Community School (@MillstreetCS) November 5, 2019
Please help raise awareness of testicular cancer by completing this survey https://t.co/40sSpEK5x2 You will be helping me and two other lads in our research for our @BTYSTE project @OfficialCorkGAA @DuhallowGAA @TipperaryGAA @gaacavan @mercyfoundcork @IrishCancerSoc @GrathNoel
— Darragh cashman (@darraghcashman7) November 6, 2019