Testicular cancer is the most common cancer in men aged between 15 and 49. It is also one of the most treatable types of cancer.
The first course of treatment for testicular cancer is usually to surgically remove the affected testicle. In cases that have been diagnosed early, this may be the only action required.
Depending on the stage and type of cancer, a short course of chemotherapy or radiotherapy may be recommended to prevent the cancer from returning.
At Nova Healthcare we offer chemotherapy for patients with testicular cancer, which is delivered by our team of specialist nurses in in our state-of-the-art private chemotherapy suite.
Further information about testicular cancer can be accessed through the Macmillan Cancer Care website or by downloading the booklet to the right.
Macmillan Cancer Care factsheets