GRYT Health Celebrates 5 Years of Empowering, Connecting Those Affected by Cancer

03/24/2021 By Velvet Spicer

When Dave Fuehrer was 30 he wasn’t sure he wanted to be alive anymore. “Going through testicular cancer twice made me doubt if I could consider myself a man because I couldn’t have children. I lost the hormone and all of the drive that makes you feel like a man,” said Fuehrer, who is co-founder and …

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