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Q: How long can you live with testicular cancer without getting treated?
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Why should testicular cancer be treated immediately?

Like some forms of skin cancer, testicular cancer tends to spread rapidly and early detection is crucial.


How long until testicular cancer kills you?

It depends on a few factors, but it is a very curable cancer if treated early.


Can you die from testicular cancer?

Yes, Testicular Cancer can kill you if you are not treated or have no gone to the doctor if you've noticed anything wrong with ur Testicle if it all of a sudden moves outtve its socket.


Is testicular torsion related to testicular cancer?

No testicular torsion is when the spermatic chord gets twisted and cut off the blood supply to the teste, if it isn't treated VERY quickly the teste dies and begins to get gangrenous. Testicular cancer is a cancerous growth of one or both teste.


Is testicular cancer fatal?

If it is detected and treated early enough it can be cured, if left untreated it can be fatal.


What is another term for testicular cancer and how is it treated?

testis that are affected by cancer are removed.One ore sometime both testis ar removed.


Can microwaves give testicular cancer?

no it cannot give testicular cancer


What connection does testicular cancer have to heredity?

Family history of testicular cancer.


What can happen to you if you don't get your testicular cancer treated?

Well I currently found out that my father has testicular cancer and due to my research I've cone to find out that if yu do t treat it in time it will slowly kill you a painful death


What is cancer of testes?

Testicular cancer


Can women be affected by testicular cancer?

No, women cannot be affected by testicular cancer. Cancer is also not contagious.


What is a sign of testicular cancer?

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.

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