A rugby team in the United Kingdom volunteered for a public service announcement to spread the word about testicular cancern and educate you on how to self-examin or examin your partner.
Hold the giggles this is important. Just in the United States alone 1 male every hour is diagnosed resulting in 8760 diagnoises a year. And one male in just the United State dies every day from testicular cancer.
Dr. Phil Pierorazio from the Brady Urological Institute discusses details about testicular cancer types, risk factors and treatment options available at Johns Hopkins. To learn more, please visit: hopkinsmedicine.org/urology
0:02 How does testicular cancer develop?
0:15 What are common symptoms of testicular cancer?
0:48 What does the evaluation for testicular cancer involved?
1:15 Are there certain risk factors for this type of cancer?
1:57 What treatment options are available for testicular cancer?
2:29 What are the types of testicular cancer and how are they treated?
3:22 Are there major side effects after an orchiectomy?
3:51 Why should a patient come to Johns Hopkins for treatment of testicular cancer?