Testicular Cancer

Types of treatment used for testicular cancer depend on the stage at which it is diagnosed, whether the cancer has spread outside the prostate gland, the patient’s age and personal wishes. Most men who get testicular cancer do not die of it.

Having your cancer treated at Siteman gives you access to new therapies that are as good as – or potentially better than – current standard therapies available elsewhere.

The Siteman Approach

Patients who come to the Siteman Cancer Center for treatment of testicular cancer are seen by a team of Washington University Physicians — surgical, medical and radiation oncologists — often during the same visit.

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Symptoms, risk and diagnosis

Learn about the symptoms many patients experience.

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Treatments for testicular cancer

Patients with testicular cancer are usually treated with surgery and follow-up chemotherapy and/or radiation.

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