Doctors Can Check for Testicular Cancer Without Making Eye Contact


It can be quite awkward when a doctor checks a male patient for testicular cancer, but with a new invention, it doesn't have to be that way!

Meet the Testimatic!

A private booth with a cutout for the doctor to stick their gloved hand through and check the patient's scrotum. 

The booth debuted recently in New Zealand as the country has high rates of testicular cancer.

The cancer is generally the most prevalent cancer in young men and can treated if it is detected in the early stages. 

The booth is aiming at making anxiety associated with getting checked for this type of cancer disappear with a short 15-20 second check up.

Check it out below!


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