Testicular cancer is considered rare, and usually affects men between ages 15-35. There is a high cure rate, especially when found early.
- Symptoms – Pain, swelling, lumps in the testicles or groin area
- Detection and diagnosis – Physical exam; ultrasound; blood test for tumor markers; surgical removal of a testicle
- Treatment – Depending on the tumor stage, surgical removal may be sufficient. Additional treatments may include lymph node removal, radiation, chemotherapy