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Filmmaker to document unique testicular cancer campaign

Filmmaker Thomas Cantley is planning to raise awareness of testicular cancer by pushing a giant rubber ball from Los Angeles to New York and then from Toronto to Halifax, documenting the journey in his documentary Ballsy. The film will also feature interviews with health care workers and cancer survivors along the way. Cantley was diagnosed with testicular cancer last year, at the age of 26.
April 26, 2010

Filmmaker Thomas Cantley is planning to raise awareness of testicular cancer by pushing a giant rubber ball from Los Angeles to New York and then from Toronto to Halifax, documenting the journey in his documentary Ballsy. The film will also feature interviews with health care workers and cancer survivors along the way. Cantley was diagnosed with testicular cancer last year, at the age of 26.

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