Could you feature in our daily BTC Babe or Hunk for 2017?

We have decided not to do a 2017 calendar! Instead we are going to do an online Hunk/Babe of the day! hopefully we can get 365 pictures before this year ends.

We want men or/and women of every size, shape and age. We help everyone and we want everyone to help us! Everyone is beautiful and that is what we want to celebrate in 2017

There is only ONE criteria and that is that you wear a Balls to Cancer Tee Shirt which you can purchase from our store here

So please get your tee shirt and send us your picture! It can be on your own or with your friends!

Oh and tell everyone! We need 365 pictures you know

Declan Salter Shows his Support for Balls to Cancer

The fantastic up and coming darts player Declan Salter has offered to wear the Balls to cancer logo on his shirt to help raise awareness.

Declan is 17yrs old and lives in Lowestoft suffolk. He has played competitive darts since he was 14. In those 3yrs he has come on leaps and bounds. He plays county darts for suffolk.

He was picked for suffolk after playing just 3 league games at 14yrs old. He plays superleague,which is the best dart players in suffolk.

His biggest coup is playing on pdc development tour,which he is at present.  This is playing against the best youth players in the world. The likes of michael van gerwan and michael smith came through the development tour. It is played over 5 weekends through the year. The top 64 qualify for world youth finals at the end of the year.

Declan is sitting in about 80th and playing well so hopefully he can climb up the positions. Declan is one of the youngest players on the tour,the age limit being 16-23.

Slaters menswear support Balls to Cancer

Slaters Menswear the top national menswear and formal hire stores have very kindly donated a £100 gift voucher to use at any of their 24 large stores across the country.

We have decided to offer you the oppertunity to win the £100 to spend by buying one of our £1 raffle tickets here 



Join Lucky Leftovers and help us raise funds

We’ve been working well with the Lucky Leftovers team for a while now,
giving you the chance to win our Balls to Cancer T-Shirts and tickets
for our Ball in November.
The great thing is it costs you nothing if you have an inclusive SMS
allowance (pre-paid or contract), it gives you a chance to win amazing
prizes, earn rewards and donate to charity using the leftover messages
from your allowance.
It’s an Android only app (sorry iPhone users!) and can be downloaded
from the play store via:
Give it a go, as nothing to lose and would help us out as they are
donating us the proceeds from our competitions.
Hope you win 🙂

Carer to Carer Support Network

We are very aware of the stress and strain that our cancer fighters loved ones go through with no support. So we have decided to set up a register of carers who are willing to offer support to others and in turn get support themselves.

So please if you are a carer that needs support or a carer that can offer that support, please get in touch today.

Lets work together and help and support each other.

Email today

Thank you

Our carers…


Cancer Survivors offer a Helping Hand

We have decided to ask cancer fighters and survivors to help us, we have many people that have just been diagnosed with cancer and feel scared and alone in their fight.

We are asking people who have been through cancer to come forward and join us as advisors to help us create a nationwide support network.

We currently have the following volunteers, do you think you could join us? email

Ieuan  had Orchidectomy

Damien  still battling Leukaemia

Richard had Prostate cancer

Darren had Stage 1 teratoma and classic seminoma

If you want to chat to either please contact us via email at and we will put you in touch.

Mytenring The Answer to Erectile problems

We all can suffer with erectile difficulties and cancer fighters and survivors can feel the effects more than most.

Thanks to the brilliant work of Rob New and his wife Julie the Mytenring was born.

We at Balls to Cancer see this as a brilliant product to help men beat a intimate problem successfully.

Please read on…

Rob’s legacy to ALL men at ‘Balls to cancer’…!

Rob New has left all couples a legacy. A boost in confidence; intimacy with the ability to maintain an erection. He had personal experience of Erectile Dysfunction (E.D.), and soon realised the support rings on the market for men who suffer with erectile issues were generally of very poor quality, so he try to help people with cases like this and you can get resources at sites like which can help you with this and other conditions. Rob made it his mission to develop a product that worked, and using his product design expertise to find ‘THE solution’ MYTENRING was created.

MYTENRING is an innovative erection support ring uniquely designed especially for men who have difficulty maintaining an erection (it also works well if you are suffering with premature ejaculation). It works by supporting the penis at the base and gently restricting blood-flow.

We are thrilled to be able to support ‘Balls to cancer’who tackle very personal issues in men head on. They want YOU to enjoy sex forever and for longer with the loving support of  MYTENRING. Please visit our website to find out more:

Using the code: BTC you will receive a 10% discount when ordering your kit and the charity also receives a 10% donation to continue their work to improve lives of those who need their help.

Source: PhalloGauge.

Three Generations Take on the Castle

On the 25th September 2016 our Co-Founder Susan Bates, her daughter Alex and Her Mother Jean will join us in Abseiling down the iconic Dudley Castle.

We hope to make the day not only a massive success and raise a huge amount with up to 100 people taking part but also a celebration of our 5th anniversary.

So please take part, join in, come and celebrate with us!

Picture: Left to right Jean, Susan, Joyce & Alex


Birmingham Music Legends Join our fight!

We are extremely please to announce that the legends Ali, Astro and Mickey for UB40 have agreed to join us as ambassadors and help us raise awareness of male cancer and much needed funds.

They announced today……

“We are absolutely delighted and honoured to announce that we, Ali, Astro & Mickey from UB40 are to become ambassadors of the incredible charity Balls to Cancer. We have all been affected by having people we love battle with the devastating disease and want to work with this fantastic charity in raising awareness, particularly in men, and helping raise money towards research to find cures.

Check out what they are all about here and listen out for projects that we will be working with them on”


Cancer patient receives first Penis transplant in the US

A 64-year-old cancer patient has received the first penis transplant in the U.S. and is recovering well from the delicate surgery, doctors said Monday

Thomas Manning of Halifax, Massachusetts, underwent the 15-hour procedure last week at Massachusetts General Hospital. The organ was taken from a dead donor.

Surgeons on the transplant team said at a news conference that there are no signs of rejection or infection and that they are cautiously optimistic Manning will regain the function he lost in 2012 when cancer led to an amputation of the penis.

“He was up and out of bed this morning,” said Dr. Curtis Cetrulo, who was among the lead surgeons on a team of more than 50 that worked on the procedure. “He’s handling it very well.”

Manning, who is not married, told The New York Times that the amputation had made new relationships impossible and that he hopes to have a love life again. The newspaper first reported the transplant.

Manning did not appear at the news conference but said in a statement: “Today I begin a new chapter filled with personal hope and hope for others who have suffered genital injuries. In sharing this success with all of you, it is my hope we can usher in a bright future for this type of transplantation.”

Cetrulo said the surgery had three key aims: ensuring the transplanted penis looks natural, is capable of normal urination and eventually can achieve normal sexual function. Reproduction won’t be possible, however, he said, since Manning did not receive new testes.

Most of Manning’s penis was removed after penile cancer was discovered following a work-related accident in 2012.

The New England Organ Bank said that the donor’s family wishes to remain anonymous and is praying for Manning’s speedy recovery.

Dr. Dicken Ko, who directs the hospital’s urology program, said that the focus of future such operations is, for now, on cancer and trauma patients but that operations on transgender people are possible.

“We have a lot to learn from this procedure before we can make that kind of leap,” he said.

Cetrulo said there is demand for such transplants from seriously injured soldiers returning from the fighting in the Middle East, where roadside bombs have inflicted devastating wounds.

“This could be life-saving,” he said. “These patients are very depressed. They don’t have much hope for intimacy and they sacrificed so much for this country.”

Cetrulo said there are no immediate plans for another penis transplant.

It took three years of preparation, including operations on cadavers, before the team was ready to perform this operation.

The world’s first penis transplant was performed at the University of Stellenbosch in South Africa in 2014. That patient had his penis amputated three years earlier after complications from a circumcision performed in his late teens.

The university near Cape Town said in announcing the transplant in 2015 that the unidentified, 21-year-old patient made a full recovery and regained all function in the transplanted organ.

A man in China received a penis transplant in 2005. That operation also appeared to be successful, but doctors said the man asked them to remove his new penis two weeks later because he and his wife were having psychological problems.



Source Fox 5 News