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Anxiety disorders and depression in men with testicular cancer

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.

Year first published or reviewed: 2011

Last updated on: 16-01-2012
By: beyondblue

 

beyondblue

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Specifically written for:
Men
Target Group(s):
General Public, Organisations, staff /or health professionals, Partners, family and friends of people with cancer, People with Cancer

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Cancer Type:
Testicular Cancer
Area of focus:
Psycho Social, Treatment Management

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