It is important to go to doctors and doctors and have them examined, but it can be inconvenient.
Testicular cancer is one of the most common cancers affecting New Zealand men ages 15-39, and is one of the most treatable cancers at an early date and has a 95% survival rate.
Nevertheless, most Kiwi men do not routinely conduct self-tests.
On Friday, Testicular Cancer New Zealand will release the world's first automated ball checker, Testimatic.
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Men released from Auckland Big Boys Toys from November 16th to 18th will receive testicles from the testicles and a registered healthcare professional hiding inside them.
The men climb on the Testimatic and pull the curtains to lower the pants. The urologist or GP examines the resident's testicles through a small opening to check for irregularities or lumps.
The entire process takes about 30 seconds – without awkward eye contact.
In addition to performing a physical examination, the main goal of the device is to educate men about the importance of monthly self tests.
According to the recently published Ministry of Health statistics, 173 cases of testicular cancer were found in New Zealand in 2015.
"We created Testimatic to show the quiz quickly and easily. The important thing is to check the testicles.
"If you have not done this already, you will come through our Testimatic and we will do it for you," Woodside said.
Woodside spoke of "humorous and bold".
Early detection is important because testicular cancer tends to affect young males and can be cured if detected early.
In New Zealand, about 120 men are diagnosed with testicular cancer each year. It will die to six people.
"I think it is a way for young people to react to traditional media like pamphlets."
They expect a crowd of people to "dare to dive behind the curry" past the device.
"I hope to capture people's attention and deliver messages."
Testicular Cancer NZ plans to bring Testimatic to as many events and schools across the country since Big Boys Toys like Fieldays.
"We always want to engage with the countrymen, they are groups that do not go to doctors."
I hope to reach as many New Zealanders as possible in order to spread awareness of the importance of self-check as part of my daily life.
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Putting pants in the middle of the ASB Shore is not about reporters sending Thursday afternoons, but about testicle cancer awareness.
First Impression: The Testimatic box resembles a chemical shower rather than a cold, ominous, legitimate medical test facility.
Auckland urologist Andrew Williams is a faceless person on the other side of the cardboard wall. He can look at hundreds of patients a year and close his eyes and work, which essentially explains what exactly he is.
As the curtain closes, the anxiety grows, and Williams' gloved hands are rebuilt as they slowly crawl through the waist hole.
He does not loosen the belt – he has to do it himself – but let it go away and let the expert do his work.
The thought of the whole movement is actually much worse than the certificate itself.
When Williams pokes and waits for about 20-30 seconds, the cupped hands shrink and turn into an inspiring thumb.
I confirm that I did not get cancer within 30 seconds. It is not bad news anyway.
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