Testicular cancer is the most commonly diagnosed cancer in young men—and it's highly treatable. Treatment options include active surveillance, surgery or chemotherapy with stem cell transplantation, depending on the size and stage of the cancer. In this video, urologist Preston Sprenkle, MD, explains these procedures and what patients should expect before undergoing treatment.
This information is useful for children, adults, and older adults
Keywords in this article:
Testicular Mass, Cancer, Testicular Choriocarcinoma, Testicular Biopsy