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Male genital cancers

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Testicular cancer - MyDr.com.au

Testicular cancer usually starts as a painless lump or swelling in just one testicle. If diagnosed early it has a high cure rate.

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Testicular cancer | Cancer Institute NSW

Testicular cancer is a rare cancer

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Types of testicular cancer | Cancer Australia

There are five main types of testicular cancer. These are named after the cell type in which the cancer first develops. seminomas choriocarcinoma embryonal carcinoma teratoma yolk sac tumour. Choriocarcinoma, embryonal carcinoma, teratoma and yolk sac tumour are known as non-seminoma cancers. Testicular cancer can include a mix of both seminoma and non-seminoma cancer cells.

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Testicular cancer and fertility | Healthy Male

Being diagnosed with testicular cancer comes with plenty of anxieties, from prognosis to potential treatments and their side effects. Your level of fertility will depend on things like your age, fertility status before diagnosis, and the type of treatment you require.

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Rare Cancers Australia - Testicular Cancer

Almost all testicular cancers start in the germ cells. The two main types of testicular germ cell tumours are seminomas and nonseminomas. These 2 types grow and spread differently and are treated differently.

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Testicular cancer | Causes, Symptoms & Treatments | Cancer Council

Find out information about testicular cancer, including incidence and mortality, screening, symptoms and diagnosis, causes, prevention and treatment

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Testicular Cancer Symptoms - Cancer Council Victoria

This page unpacks information about testicular cancer including types, symptoms & risk factors.

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What are the symptoms of testicular cancer? | Cancer Australia

The most common symptoms of testicular cancer are: a painless lump or swelling in either testicle a change in how the testicle feels an ache in the lower abdomen or groin a sudden build-up of fluid in the scrotum pain or discomfort in a testicle or in the scrotum. There are a number of conditions that may cause these symptoms, not just testicular cancer. If any of these

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What are the signs of testicular cancer? | Healthy Male

The symptoms of testicular cancer can include pain or aching in and around the testis and scrotum, or swelling or heaviness of the scrotum. However, these symptoms are non-specific and are more likely to be due to something else.

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Testicular cancer - Symptoms, Signs & treatment | Healthy Male

Testicular cancer is a condition where abnormal cells develop in the testicle. These cells then grow, divide and multiply, creating a growth or tumour. It will usually appear as a painless lump on your testicle. Many lumps are found to be fluid-filled cysts (growths), rather than cancer.

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