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Introduces patients, friends and family to what this testicular cancer is, its causes, statistics; answers common questions; and discusses diagnosis, treatment, side effects and support services.
Testicular cancer has a very good cure rate. To help find testicular cancer early, it is recommended that young men check their testes regularly for any lumps or swellings, and if concerned, see their doctor straight away. This resource guides people to self-assess testicular health.
Most men who experience testicular cancer have a good quality of life following treatment. But for some, the experience increases the risk of developing an anxiety disorder depression. Taking a positive approach to your mental health, including being aware of signs and symptoms of anxiety depression, when to seek help, can help you to prevent problems. Provides information on effective treatments.
Androgen, or testosterone, deficiency is when the body is not able to make enough testosterone for the body to function normally. This resources helps people to know androgen deficiency and treatment methods of it.
Provides information on testicular cancer, including diagnosis and treatment options to assist men and their families understand the health problems, available treatment options, and assist in talking with doctors.
Testicular cancer is a rare form of cancer but it is one of the most common cancers in men aged between 15 and 45 years. This brochure provides men with information about testicular cancer, including what it is, signs and symptoms, diagnosis and treatment.
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