CALGARY, Alberta, April 25, 2019 (Newswire.com) - Jeff Ber is the Vice President of Operations for Oneball Charitable Cancer Organization. The organization is working with Alberta Health Services and the University of Calgary to conduct a study to glean a better understanding of the social and emotional impact of testicular cancer. Testicular cancer affects young men, as well as their partners and families. Oneball recognizes that living with the challenges associated with testicular cancer are intensely private, and can be a difficult subject to discuss or share with others.
Oneball Charitable Cancer Organization, Alberta Health Services, and the University of Calgary have come together to conduct a study to understand the long-term impact of testicular cancer, and how participants health care team can learn from the experience and, ultimately, help future testicular cancer patients, their partners, and their family.
The factions are seeking participants between 18 and 45 years old that have been diagnosed with testicular cancer. Participants are required to speak and read in English. The study includes participants attending a one-and-a-half hour focus group alongside other testicular cancer patients and survivors. Participants will be asked to complete a short demographic questionnaire, as well as sharing thoughts and experiences with the group. Food and refreshments will be provided, and parking or transit costs will be covered. For more information on the study or to participate, please email firstname.lastname@example.org, or contact by phone at 403-955-7831.
About Jeff Ber and Oneball Charitable Cancer Organization:
Jeff Ber is an experienced financial professional with a passion for volunteer work and charitable organizations in general. He is the Vice President of Operations at Oneball, an organization that is dedicated to providing meaningful support for individuals with testicular cancer and removing the stigma surrounding the discussion of men’s health. Oneball funds life-changing research, helps pay the various expenses not covered by public health care, and provides critical information in a relatable way, like talking to a friend. The organization has funded the establishment of a testicular cancer database, is making investments in studying the emotional and psychological impacts of cancer, and provides financial assistance to patients in need. Oneball views cancer not just as a disease, but as a journey, giving young survivors the tools to navigate their unique journey far beyond the disease itself.
A cancer survivor himself, Jeff Ber has made it his mission to share his story in many ways — from giving interviews with magazines to embracing an active lifestyle once more after he beat his cancer battle. This same mindset drives Jeff’s work with Oneball. As the Vice President of Operations, he helps run the organization and oversee all areas of charity. He has helped the charity raise funds that further strengthen the community of men who have been diagnosed with testicular cancer, as well as their partners and families who want to help them navigate their cancer journeys.
Source: Oneball Charitable Cancer Organization