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Outcomes of testis cancer

Lung scan showing multiple small lung masses which are metastases

More than 95% of men with testicular cancer are cured with treatment.


The problem patients are those who have already received chemotherapy in full dose and relapse soon afterwards. These are clearly a higher risk group who are much more difficult to cure, but some good response can be obtained with other drugs combinations.   In patients who achieve a remission after this second line therapy some consideration should be given to high dose chemotherapy and a peripheral stem cell auto-transplant.

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