Dating someone with testicular cancer
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He is in remission now, and though he chose to stay private about a second cancer scare, Tarek recently revealed on the TODAY show that he was also battling testicular cancer at around the same time.The Flip or Flop star formerly shunned social media; now, he’s a mainstay on Instagram, offering cancer updates and inspirational quotes on the regular.So it wasn’t entirely surprising to see Tarek take to a morning talk show for his latest big reveal earlier this week–though the reveal itself left many fans reeling in surprise.The American Cancer Society is testing a modified version of the Cancer Survivors Network (CSN) and is inviting you to try it.This research is being done in collaboration with Carnegie Mellon University and is sponsored by the National Institutes of Health.RELATED: Flip or Flop‘s Tarek El Moussa rings in new year with optimistic cancer prognosis Tarek’s Today appearance was similar in tone; the notable difference was that he dropped his bombshell on the show itself.
According to Tarek, the thyroid cancer he’s been battling into remission since 2013 isn’t the whole story.
The body makes steroids naturally to support such functions as fighting stress and promoting growth and development.
But some people use steroid pills, gels, creams, or injections because they think steroids can improve their sports performance or the way they look.
The most powerful androgen is testosterone (pronounced: tess-TOSS-tuh-rone).
Although testosterone is mainly a mature male hormone, girls' bodies produce smaller amounts.
The reality star believes that these two traumatic experiences coupled with declining communication led to the couple's ultimate split.