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What is testicular cancer and how is it treated?

Testicular cancer is the most common type of cancer in young men. But when it’s diagnosed and treated early, there’s a high chance you’ll come out the other side A-OK.
WHAT IS TESTICULAR CANCER?
Hear about how testicular cancer develops from Dr Ben Tran, Medical Oncologist
IS TESTICULAR CANCER CURABLE?
Testicular cancer is currently one of the world's most curable cancers, with over 575,000 men living with and beyond testicular cancer today.
HOW IS STAGE 1 TESTICULAR CANCER TREATED?
Learn how stage 1 testicular cancer is generally treated with insights from Dr Ben Tran, Medical Oncologist. “If you’ve been diagnosed with stage 1 testicular cancer, it's most likely the only treatment you'll ever need to have the testicle removed. However, like other cancers, there's always a chance that it might come back.”
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