Transfered? No. If you mean will a baby get it if you get someone pregnant, then no.
no it cannot give testicular cancer
Family history of testicular cancer.
No, women cannot be affected by testicular cancer. Cancer is also not contagious.
A lump in the scrotum, possibly accompanied by pain or a heavy feeling, can be a sign of testicular cancer. Not all lumps in the testicular area are cancer.
Patients with testicular cancer have a 95% survival rate five years after surgery if the cancer had not spread beyond the testicle. Metastatic testicular cancer, however, has a poorer prognosis.
Yes, you can get testicular cancer.
The drug treatment for testicular cancer is either surgical radiation or chemotherapy.
No. That would have no effect on the pap test.
There is no specific way to prevent testicular cancer. The best advice is to do monthly self exams.
No you can not get gonorrhea from cancer.
Yes, as long as the sperm are functioning properly. Many men with testicular cancer freeze their sperm for later use before beginning a treatment for the disease. This is due radiation and chemotherapy treatments can damage or destroy the sperm.
cancer is in no way contagious
380 people die from testicular cancer each year
Testicular CancerTesticular cancer
Testicular cancer affects the testicles and Prostate cancer affects the prostate. These are two different organs located a few inches from each other, and the cancers are quite different. Testicular cancer is usually very fast acting and prostate cancer is slow.
Like some forms of skin cancer, testicular cancer tends to spread rapidly and early detection is crucial.
Ovarian cancer; cervical cancer; testicular cancer
from the testicals