Treatment for Testicular Cancer

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Green’s urologic oncologist, Dr. Sia Daneshmand, explains the most common symptom of testicular cancer is a non-tender mass in the testicle. Dr. Daneshmand says that before any surgery, men are asked if they would like to bank their sperm in case their fertility is affected. And, plastic surgeon Dr. Andrew Ordon notes that men can choose to get an implant to replace the testicle if it has to be removed.