Steve Harper and Alan Shearer support launch of world's first 'check yourself' app by cancer charity
Sportsmen and celebrities have backed the launch of the world's first "check yourself" app for testicular cancer.
Launched by The Oddballs Foundation, the app has been welcomed by the charity's legion of supporters, including international rugby teams, Premier League football clubs and celebrities around the world.
Each month, a celebrity will encourage users to check themselves, through a video uploaded to the app. Newcastle United hero Alan Shearer is the first celebrity to record his own message, where he encourages users to follow the simple steps and get checking.
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