Ad Nut
Nov 30, 2018

Drop your pants for the world's first 'auto ball checker'

Quirky activation by FCB for Testicular Cancer New Zealand aims to help men avoid the awkwardness of seeing a doctor to check for irregularities.

Step right up, boys.

95% of people with testicular cancer survive it if they catch it early but most men, in New Zealand at least, don't check themselves regularly, according to the CEO of Testicular Cancer NZ

Embarrassment at the idea of submitting delicate body parts to the scrutiny of a doctor is another main barrier to early detection. That's where 'The Testimatic' comes in. 

This booth, complete with subtle testicle-shaped graphics and...

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