It’s Testicular Cancer Awareness Month, which is the leading cancer in men ages 15 to 44.
1 out of 270 men will be diagnosed with testicular cancer. It can develop fast and double in size in just 10 to 30 days.
When detected early, it has a survival rate of over 95%. Regular self-exams are the best way to find it early.
Testicular cancer can elevate your hormones, causing tenderness in your chest. Learn other signs.
Back pain and significant weight loss are some of the signs and symptoms of advanced testicular cancer. See your doctor quickly.
If you’re diagnosed with testicular cancer, there are questions you should ask to find out what comes next.
Treatment for testicular cancer is much like other cancers. It can include surgery, chemotherapy, and radiation.