Testicular Cancer

Testicular Cancer

More than 40 clinical trials are currently accepting participants diagnosed with Testicular Cancer.

Testicular cancer arises when cells in a testicle multiply uncontrollably. The testicles, part of the male reproductive system, are oval-shaped organs in the scrotum, below the penis. This type of cancer can affect one or both testicles and is important to detect and treat early. Regular self-examinations are recommended for early detection. Testicular cancer typically responds well to treatment, especially when caught early. Treatment options vary but may include surgery, radiation, and chemotherapy.

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