Man becomes fourth in his family to suffer testicular cancer, it may just have saved his life
Salesman Matt Inman-Shore first heard about testicular cancer when he was a boy — his father, grandfather and uncle had all been through it. ‘I was nine when my dad, Steven, now 60, got his diagnosis and 12 when the men in my family began having cringy conversations with me, telling me to check myself,’ says Matt, 31. ‘I always wondered when it was going to be my turn. But unlike my grandad, who waited five years to see the doctor, and my dad and uncle who both waited a year, I saw someone within 24 hours of feeling a lump,’ he says.