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  • #31
    NCCN Guidelines Update (version 1.2013, dated 4/24/2013)

    Newest version of the NCCN Guidelines (version 1.2013) is now available. Looks to be a fairly minor revision.

    http://www.nccn.org/professionals/ph...testicular.pdf

    John
    JPM

    March 2011: Right I/O, Stage IA classic seminoma, 5.0 x 4.5 x 3.5 cm
    May 2011: Single-Agent Carboplatin
    Currently ALL CLEAR

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    • #32
      2014 NCCN Guidelines are out. Doesn't look like there were any major changes from last year's guidelines.

      http://www.nccn.org/professionals/ph...testicular.pdf

      John
      JPM

      March 2011: Right I/O, Stage IA classic seminoma, 5.0 x 4.5 x 3.5 cm
      May 2011: Single-Agent Carboplatin
      Currently ALL CLEAR

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      • #33
        The new NCCN Clinical Practice Guidelines for Testicular Cancer (version 1.2015) are now available. There are some new changes and easier to interpret follow up schedules so it is something you may want to make sure your doctor has reviewed.
        Oct. 2005 felt lump but waited over 7 months.
        06.15.06 "You have Cancer"
        06.26.06 Left I/O
        06.29.06 Personal Cancer Diagnosis Date: Got my own pathology report from medical records.
        06.30.06 It's Official - Stage I Seminoma
        Surveillance...
        Founded the Testicular Cancer Society
        6.29.13 Summited Mt. Kilimanjaro for 7th Cancerversary

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        • #34
          Yes, had just noticed this the other day, and there are indeed some significant updates. Definitely worth the free download!
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          • #35
            Ive got a knot on my left testical and having pains in my lower groin if anybody can help me please message me. Im very worried about it

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            • #36
              Im having pains in my lower stomach and a knot on my left testical i meant and very worried about it please message me if you might have an explanation

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              • #37
                Hi Steven,

                I'm not sure exactly what you mean by a 'knot' on your LT, but if you've identified a firm/hard mass in your testicle, you should get an appointment with your GP as soon as possible to get it checked out. If your GP can feel it, you'll then get a referral for an ultrasound scan which should support a diagnosis - it could be a cyst or varicocele or other benign issue, but it could potentially be cancer, and it's not worth delaying or waiting if you have any concerns.

                Good luck and let us know how things go.
                - T
                30 Jul 14: Discovered lump
                31 Jul 14: GP referral to specialist
                4 Aug 14: Clinical diagnosis of tumour, blood samples taken, CT scans, USS (confirming ~2cm tumour)
                8 Aug 14: Left radical orchidectomy (plus test results back: CT normal, no mets; blood markers slightly elevated: AFP 14.16, HCG 4.9, LDH 149)
                29 Aug 14: Pathology results: Stage 1A Mixed Non-Seminomatous Germ Cell Tumour (composition: Yolk-sac Tumour and Mature Teratoma)

                24 Sep 14: Started precautionary adjuvant 1xBEP
                23 Oct 14: All clear; on surveillance

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                • #38
                  Just a heads up, there's a revision (2.2017, released 12-8-16 (go figure)). The list of changes is fairly long and the post treatment surveillance looks to have changed a bit.I apparently had *way* to many scans after year 2....

                  Dave
                  Jan, 1975: Right I/O, followed by RPLND
                  Dec, 2009: Left I/O, followed by 3xBEP

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