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Recurrent Testicular Cancer Potentially Curable with High-dose Therapy and Stem Cell Transplant
Chemotherapy with Carboplatin and Cyclophosphamide May Be Effective Therapy, with Reduced Side Effects,
Many Men Able to Father Children After Testicular Cancer Treatment
New Genes Linked to Testicular Cancer.
Surgery Linked with Good Outcomes for Patients with Late Relapse of Metastatic Testicular Cancer
Single Dose of Carboplatin as Effective as Radiation Therapy for Testicular Cancer
Ifosfamide/Paclitaxel/Cisplatin Highly Effective for Recurrent Testicular Cancer
High Maternal Weight May Increase Son’s Risk of Testicular Cancer
Low-Dose CT Scans Effective for Surveillance of Early Testicular Cancer
Routine Screening for Testicular Cancer Still Not Recommended
Founder and CEO of Overstock.com, Patrick Byrne, discusses his three battles with cancer and his dream for the future.
Survivors of Testicular Cancer May Have Increased Risk of Cardiovascular Disease
Sensitivity of Cancer Cells to Heat May Explain “Lance Armstrong Effect”
Men with Infertility May Have Increased Risk of Testicular Cancer
Spread the Word! Testicular Cancer Infographic for April Awareness
Comparison suggests that HDC w. PBSC may be superior to conventional chemotherapy for initial treatment of patients
Many Men Remain Fertile After Treatment for Testicular Cancer.
Stem Cell Transplantation Cures Many Patients with Recurrent Testicular Cancer
3 cycles of bleomycin, etoposide & cisplatin were compared for treatment of metastatic non-seminoma of the testicle.
Stage I seminoma is a highly curable cancer, with cure rates in excess of 95%.
For management of stage I non-seminoma cancer of the testes, patients are typically offered the type of therapy provided
Non-Seminoma Germ Cell Cancer of the Mediastinum: Doctors Report Treatment Outcomes.
Surgery Earlier In Life Reduces Risk of Testicular Cancer Among Males with Undescended Testis
Adjuvant Chemotherapy: New Standard of Care for Patients with Testicular Cancer?
Surveillance after orchiectomy results in a high-cure rate for patients with clinical stage I non-seminoma of the testis
Survivors of Testicular Cancer at Increased Risk of Death from Other Causes
Early Use of High-Dose Chemotherapy May Improve Outcomes for Patients with Advanced Testicular Cancer