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Testicular Cancer


Let's discover the truth behind some important misconceptions about testicular cancer.

Reviewed by Christopher Kim, M.D. | Urology

The Basics
Symptoms and Diagnosis
Treatment and Recovery
Life After Testicular Cancer

The Basics

The Facts About Testicular Cancer

About 1 in 250 men in the U.S. will develop testicular cancer. Here's what you need to know.

A health scare leads a teacher to become an advocate for men's health.

Cancer has men thinking about their future children—whether they planned to have them or not.

One of the most common cancers in men under age 44, testicular cancer is highly treatable.

Symptoms and Diagnosis

The Symptoms and Diagnosis of Testicular Cancer

Testicular cancer is curable if detected and treated early. Here's what every man should know.

Taking a few minutes to conduct a self-exam of your testicles could be a lifesaving decision.

An early-stage testicular cancer diagnosis could mean cutting radioactive scans down by half.

In addition to a lump in the testicles, lesser known symptoms should also get your attention.

Treatment and Recovery

Treatment and Recovery for Testicular Cancer

Testicular cancer can be beaten. Find out how, and what to expect from treatment and recovery.

Technology has made testicle implants realistic, but the surgery carries risks, and costs.

Nothing prepares you for a drug that wipes out everything in its path—even testicular cancer.

When standard chemo doesn't work, stem-cell transplants act as a second line of defense.

Life After Testicular Cancer

Life After Testicular Cancer

You beat testicular cancer. Here's how life may look for you now.

You’ve survived testicular cancer. That’s the good news. Now, let’s consider what comes next.

It may cause changes down there, but testicular cancer likely won’t impact your sexual ability.

Treatment for testicular cancer can affect the survivor, both physically and psychologically.