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How long does it take to die from testicular cancer?

It depends on what stage the cancer is in! Stage I, Stage II or Stage III! ! Any Suggestions here?

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  1. Deane Reply:

    How Long Does Testicular Cancer Take to Spread? Without treatment, a testicular cancer patient will die on average 2-3 years from time of diagnosis. Source:

  2. Allison Reply:

    Testicular cancer is a type of cancer that grows in the testicles. This is a major health concern for young men, since this is the primary demographic that is impacted. Source:

  3. Rebecca Reply:

    Common symptoms of testicular cancer include lumps in one or both testes, pain in the testes or scrotum, heaviness in the scrotum and a dull ache in the lower ab/groin and lower back areas. For more information see here:… Source:

  4. Traci Reply:

    There are risk factors that can increase the chance of getting testicular cancer. They can include having an undescended testicle, a family history of of testicular cancer, HIV infection, race, and carcinoma in situ. You can have testicle c… Source:

  5. Selena Reply:

    did tom green have testicular cancer and if so did he die? i heared he messed with a mosse one night….

  6. Ivy Reply:

    Just because you did an internet search does not prove that you have cancer! Calm down! All internet searches bring that up as a result! I have learned to never EVER research any health issue on the web! Whatever the complaint is, the answer will always be the worst thing because the boring, simple things arent interesting enough to get on the internet! A lump does not necessarily mean cancer! It could be a number of different things also! But you DO need to see a doctor, just to put your mind at ease if nothing else! And even if it is (which Ill really bet it ISNT) the cure rate for this disease is nearly 100% if a person gets it checked out quickly, so get on the phone or go to the local emergency room!Good luck

  7. Sheryll Reply:

    Although testicular cancer can be derived from any cell type found in the . cancer occur in the United States yearly, only 400 men are expected to die of the with testicular cancer, the disease is cured readily with minimal long-term morbidity. The urologist may take extra care in the case of males who have not fathered

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