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For people with testicular cancer — as well as cancers of the prostate, bladder and kidneys — the Swedish Cancer Institute offers the services of a renowned team of physicians, surgeons and other specialists. All Swedish testicular-cancer patients benefit from a comprehensive approach to care that begins with state-of-the-art imaging techniques and features the latest treatments and a wide range of high-quality support services.

Testicular Cancer

Testicular cancers are relatively rare, but treatable, and occur predominantly in young and middle-aged men. Testicular cancers are also called germ cell or gonadal cancers, which classifies them within the group of cancers arising from reproductive organs or gonads. 


Individualized treatment plan may include a combination of the following treatments:

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Research and Clinical Trials

If your physician believes you are a good candidate to participate in a clinical trial evaluating a new treatment or more effective combinations of treatments — and you agree — you will have access to the very latest in research treatments.

At any given time, the Swedish Cancer Institute offers patients more than 140 clinical-research studies involving most types of cancers.  Additionally, our physician specialists collaborate with other regional and national research groups, including  Southwest Oncology Group, National Cancer Institute, Puget Sound Oncology Consortium and Fred Hutchinson Cancer Research Center.

Education and Support for Patients and Families

Beyond physical health, the Swedish Cancer Institute is committed to the emotional well-being of our patients and their families. We offer:

Complementary therapies include:

See Patient Support and Resources and Services for the Body, Mind and Spirit at Swedish.

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