Testicular cancer is cancer that develops in the testicles, which are part of a man's reproductive system.
Read about the symptoms of testicular cancer and when you should see your doctor.
Find out about the causes of testicular cancer and how you can reduce your cancer risk.
Survival for testicular cancer is very high. Nearly all men are cured.
Finding testicular cancer early, seeing a GP and specialist, and the tests you might have.
Find out about the different types of testicular cancer.
The stage of a cancer tells you how big it is and whether it has spread. It helps your doctor decide which treatment you need.
You usually have surgery and might have chemotherapy or radiotherapy. This depends on the stage and type of your testicular cancer.
After treatment, you have regular check ups to look for signs of the cancer coming back. This is called monitoring or follow up.
Sometimes testicular cancer comes back (relapses) after treatment. It can still usually be cured.
Find out about the latest research into testicular cancer and all about taking part in clinical trials.
What you can do, who can help and how to cope with testicular cancer.
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