Horrible news out of the Demons this morning with superstar young forward Jesse Hogan diagnosed with testicular cancer.
The 22 year-old will undergo surgery on Tuesday and with an early diagnosis, Melbourne are confident of a speedy and full recovery.
— Nova937News (@Nova937News) May 15, 2017
He could return to footy sooner rather than later.
Massive positive for Jesse Hogan. Could be back 4-8 weeks. Caught it so early really helps him out.
— Jon Ralph (@RalphyHeraldSun) May 16, 2017
The AFL world has been quick to get behind the 45-gamer.
— Lauren Wood (@LaurenA_Wood) May 15, 2017
Hope Jesse Hogan and his family take some comfort&strength from all sending thoughts, wishes and positive vibes for a successful recovery❤️?
— Megan Hustwaite (@MeganHustwaite) May 15, 2017
Thoughts with Jesse Hogan. What an awful, awful time.
— Neroli Meadows (@Neroli_M_FOX) May 15, 2017
Thoughts with Jesse Hogan & @melbournefc as he battles testicular cancer. No doubt his physical & mental strength will help see him through.
— Peter Helliar (@pjhelliar) May 15, 2017
Heartbreaking news regarding Jesse Hogan.
It puts life and sports in perspective.
He has some wonderful people around him for support.
— Nick Quinn (@Quinny_1) May 15, 2017
We talk about a game for a living but hard to imagine a guy having a rougher 6-7 weeks than Jesse Hogan. Very sad and fingers crossed.
— Darren Parkin (@Darren_Parkin) May 15, 2017
A tough few weeks for a Jesse Hogan. Diagnosed with testicular cancer. Hopefully a speedy recovery after surgery today #jessiehogan
— Glenn Mitchell (@MitchellGlenn) May 15, 2017
Jesse Hogan is a human wrecking ball and will smash through this setback like it's the winter flu. Get well Jesse <3
— MILLENNIAL SISYPHUS (@dogactsforever) May 15, 2017
Started chemo around this time last year for testicular cancer. In remission since August. Thoughts are with Jesse Hogan in his recovery
— Lee Gaskin (@Lee_Gaskin1) May 15, 2017
Even the Dees’ opponents this weekend are getting behind him.
— North Melbourne (@NMFCOfficial) May 16, 2017
And if there is a positive out of this awful news, it’s this:
If one good thing comes out of this Jesse Hogan news, it's the importance of early detection. Guys, learn how to do a self check.
— Olly (@OllyNoonan) May 15, 2017
The sad Jesse Hogan news is a reminder to young males to get checked. The @Dylantombides foundation exists for this purpose. Check them out.
— Daniel Garb (@DanielGarb) May 15, 2017