Condition: Testicular Cancer

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Testicular Cancer refers to uncontrolled cell division in the testicles. This gives rise to a palpable lump, known as a tumor, and can be detected through self examination. Testicular cancer is more common in older and caucasian men. There are two types of testicular cancer ' seminoma (cancer in the testicles) or non-seminoma (cancer in germ cells which produce sperm). Testicular Cancer treatments include surgery to remove the testicle, chemotherapy, surgery to remove lymph nodes and combinations of the previous treatments. Testicular Cancer symptoms are often non-existent in early stages. Physical self examinations are the best way to catch Testicular Cancer.

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Last updated on Jun 15 2019 at 20:01
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