Latest Testicular cancer Stories
Twenty five years ago prostate cancer was talked about only in whispers, evidence of a prudish attitude that must have cost countless male lives.
WELSH rugby captain Ryan Jones is fronting a new men's health campaign. Today, he will lead a Health Challenge Wales initiative to raise awareness of testic-ular cancer among young men.
A U.S. swimmer diagnosed with testicular cancer has put off surgery until after he's had a chance to compete in his first and last Olympics. Eric Shanteau of Lilburn, Ga., was diagnosed with cancer in June just one week before he left for the U.S. swim trials, CNN reported Monday.
By KAWANZA NEWSON Testicular cancer is a rare beast. It's relatively easy to detect. And it's very treatable. It's also one of the few cancers that can be cured. Yet specialists still debate the best way to continue treatment once the cancerous testicle is surgically removed.
By GEORGE B SaNCHEZ cover story A clarity arrived with my cancer. * The infinity of time and life that cradles youth slipped away. I discovered my boundaries. The fragility of the body I had once pushed with reckless abandon became obvious. * This is my story of cancer: just mine.
By George B. Sanchez, The Arizona Daily Star, Tucson Jul. 6--It was my first summer in Tucson, July 2007. I was sitting in a circle with some guys, gnawing on barbecue in the early evening, the conversation wide-ranging.
By George Sanchez, The Arizona Daily Star, Tucson Jul. 6--Cancer blog Following my diagnosis, I began a blog with Paul Contreras, an old friend who also is a young cancer survivor. Here are some excerpts. To read the full blog, go to http://mycancerchronicles.blogspot.com. Tuesday, Aug.
By diSibio, Guy French, Samuel W * Context.-Many studies have addressed metastatic patterns seen among various cancers. No recent studies, however, provide quantitative analyses of such patterns arising from a broad range of cancers based primarily on postmortem tissue analyses.
By Collen, Jacob Carmichael, Mark; Wroblewski, Tanya ABSTRACT Primary mediastinal nonseminomatous germ cell tumors (NSGCT) have a worse prognosis than gonadal germ cell tumors (GCTs). Malignant transformation of teratomatous components of GCT to a somatic malignancy is rare.
By Bahrami, Armita Ro, Jae Y; Ayala, Alberto G Context.-More than 90% of testicular neoplasms originate from germ cells. Testicular germ cell tumors (GCTs) are a heterogeneous group of neoplasms with diverse histopathology and clinical behavior.
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