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14 Jul 2005

testicular cancer
My husband was requested to seek the assistance of a neorologist, as there is a possiblity he may have testicular cancer. If the results of the various test he is required to do are possitive, can this be cured, what are the treatment options and side effects of the treatment, how long will he be expected to continue with treatment?
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01 Jan 0001

Belinda, why a neurologist? Are you sure they didn’t say an urologist? The treatment of testicular cancer is to remove the testis as this will cure the disease if it hasn’t spread to the rest of the body yet. Good luck.
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