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November means it’s time for “No Shave TODAY,” when our male anchors refrain from shaving to raise awareness for men’s health issues. Dr. Mehmet Oz visits Studio 1A to talk about testicular cancer and what you can do to protect yourself from it. He says starting early is key; boys as young as 15 should start checking themselves.