Germ Cell Tumours

Germ Cell Tumours

More than 600 clinical trials are currently accepting participants diagnosed with Germ Cell Tumours.

Germ cell tumors arise from germ cells, which are the cells in our body that mature into sperm and eggs. These tumors most commonly develop in the ovaries or testicles, as these are the primary locations of germ cells. However, germ cells can occasionally be left in other parts of the body from the time of development in the womb. Therefore, germ cell tumors can occur anywhere in the body where these cells are present. These are very rare and are known as extragonadal germ cell tumors (EGGCT).

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