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The 2019 TCF Summit is a weekend long event comprised of education, community, and advocacy for testicular cancer survivors.
The 2018 TCF Summit is the evolution of the TCF Ambassadors (f.k.a. Speakers Bureau) retreat. The summit will be a weekend long event comprised of education, community, and advocacy for testicular cancer survivors.
The 2019 TCF Summit will take place in the live music capital of the world – Austin, TX! Attendees will have the opportunity to experience everything this great city has to offer.
The 2018 TCF Summit will take place in the Chicagoland area. Attendees will have the opportunity to experience everything this great city has to offer.
The Testicular Cancer Foundation has been providing education, awareness, and support since 2009. Our organization strives to support those affected by testicular cancer every step of the way.
The TCF Summit is a weekend-long experience for long-term survivors and those who are newly diagnosed alike.
Evening Kickoff Reception
Plenaries • Breakout Sessions • Evening Mixer
Keynote • Closing Remarks
Years ago when people talked about Austin they would quickly mention the music. But that's just the beginning of what they're saying these days. Austin is also home to a wonderful ballet, world-class museums, one-of-a-kind shopping and beautiful outdoor spaces. You can just as easily spend your morning paddling the lake as you can strolling through a celebrated history museum. And it's okay if you don't have time to fit it all in, you can just come back and visit us again.
"For me the event was the first and only time I sat in the same room as 14 other testicular cancer survivors. It was a powerful experience that made me feel like I was part of something special."
- Doug C., TC Survivor
"My husband, Cory, came home with a completely new perspective and attitude after attending the event just 3 months after his diagnosis. He was confident, learned how to share his experience with others, and was excited to mentor others battling testicular cancer. I can't speak highly enough of this event and the piece of mind it gave me knowing he learned he was not alone in this."
– Jenna J., Caregiver