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Testicular Cancer

Justin Birckbichler
I hadn't been to the doctor in over two years, but now I was about to meet three new ones in less than a week.
Justin Birckbichler
A fun-filled day turned into a stressful night, followed by an even more terrifying morning when I felt a lump
Kristie L. Kahl
Medicaid expansion reduced the rate of uninsured patients with testicular cancer, and in particular, enabled more men to have earlier stage diagnoses.
Kristie L. Kahl
Germ cell tumors are growths that form from reproductive cells, which can be malignant or benign. In men, these tumors typically form in the testicles. The plus side is these tumors tend to respond well to treatment, even when diagnosed at later stages. However, one problem still persists after a cure.
Beth Fand Incollingo
Chad Bettis, pitcher for the Colorado Rockies, has returned to treatment, stating that his testicular cancer has spread.
Mark Cantrell
Nerve and other damage from cancer treatments can impair men’s sexual function, and adjusting can be a challenge.
Laura Panjwani
Like his signature backflip, Olympic figure skater Scott Hamilton’s vision for supporting patients with cancer is bold and unique.
Karen Bruno
Cisplatin therapy can cause hearing loss for men with testicular cancer, but preventive measures are emerging.
Ellie Leick
A recent study found that certain genetic mutations could play a role in cisplatin-induced hearing loss. 
Steve Pake
There’s been some debate in recent years about the true value and effectiveness of certain types of cancer screenings. This is, of course, a perfectly reasonable thing to be doing both in the name of advancing medical science, and especially in an environment where there's so much downward pressure on the costs of healthcare.
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