NickAssociate Editor for the TCRC
Nick was blindsided with seminoma on both sides at the same time!
A recurrence of nonseminoma as told by his wife...
Chris had two seminomas, two years apart.
His "BIG CHILL" returns nine years later - Non seminoma first time,
seminoma second time.
Read about his double whammy - Non-seminoma & RPLND the first time.
Seminoma & Radiation the second time.
One definitely cancerous - the second? What to do?
wants to help
They removed his right testicle as a child. Unfortunately, his left one became
cancerous as an adult.
Steve went through chemo and an RPLND only to find another lump
6 years later...
As if losing a testicle were not enough, Asher finds himself with retrograde ejacualation after his RPLND. He then loses his second testicle and sustains a nasty reaction to Androgel.
Rich endured an RPLND, then found he needed another testicle removed. Non-seminoma first time, Seminoma the second. Quite a battle!
Sometimes, Testicular cancer reveals a non-cancerous problem with the other one and it too is removed.
Such is the case with Martin. He has written, not about Cancer, but about his prosthetic.
A good read for anyone considering such a device.