A disease of the germ cells found in the testicles. Testicular cancer is most commonly diagnosed in males ages 15 - 35 and is very rarely seen in elderly men.
Currently, it is not known what causes testicular cancer, whether it is inherited or environmental. The stage of testicular cancer can vary at diagnosis and throughout treatment. Stages of testicular cancer include stages I, II, and III. The effectiveness of the treatment may depend upon the stage at diagnosis. With surgery and chemotherapy, testicular cancer is often curable.
NOTE: Treatment Options listed below are not all-inclusive. Other treatments may be available. ChemoExperts provides drug information and does not recommend any one treatment over another. Only your Doctor can choose which therapy is appropriate for you.
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Created: November 8, 2015 Updated: August 31, 2016