WELLNESS ONCOLOGY & HEMATOLOGY
The best news about testicular cancer is that it is highly curable, even if the cancer has metastasized to other areas of the body. Although it is uncommon in comparison with other types of cancer, it is the most common cancer diagnosis in young men between 15 and 34 years old.
Symptoms of testicular cancer may appear as pain, swelling or lumps in the testicles or groin area, although these symptoms do not always lead to a diagnosis of testicular cancer and may well be associated with less aggressive diseases or infections.
If testicular cancer is diagnosed, surgery to remove the affected testicle is the most common treatment. However, some forms of testicular cancer respond well to chemotherapy and radiation. Dr. Shaye, Dr. Lashkari, and Dr. Ho will discuss all possible treatment options available to successfully treat and cure this condition.
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