Testicular Cancer—Patient Version

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Overview

Testicular cancer most often begins in germ cells (cells that make sperm). It is rare and is most frequently diagnosed in men 20-34 years old. Most testicular cancers can be cured, even if diagnosed at an advanced stage. Explore the links on this page to learn more about testicular cancer screening, treatment, statistics, and clinical trials.

Causes & Prevention

NCI does not have PDQ evidence-based information about prevention of testicular cancer.

Screening

PDQ Screening Information for Patients

Coping with Cancer

The information in this section is meant to help you cope with the many issues and concerns that occur when you have cancer.

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