Interview: Jack shares openly about having testicular cancer

By 18th June 2018Podcast, Transcript

When he was 21, Jack was diagnosed with testicular cancer. An active, healthy young lad, Jack’s world was torn apart. Now on a mission to spread the message that all guys should regularly check their ‘balls’, he talks openly about his struggles, how he came to tell his mother and why we need to break down the stigmas associated with our bits.

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Mylo Kaye

Mylo Kaye

Mylo Kaye is the Chief Executive Officer of Pledge, a charity with a vision to reduce poverty in Greater Manchester for those experiencing homelessness, exploitation and unemployment. Mylo is a trustee of The Booth Centre; a charity set up 22-years ago to help homeless people to rebuild their lives. He is also an investment advisor for Fair by Design; a £20 million fund and partnership between Big Society Capital, the Joseph Rowntree Foundation, Finance Birmingham and Ascension Ventures that aims to help those living in poverty in the UK.

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