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Collapse and the Testicular Cancer Information and Support Forums, the world's largest testicular cancer forums, were started over a decade ago by a testicular cancer survivor and his friend. and the forums are now supported as a program of the Testicular Cancer Society in concert with the critical support of the voluntary moderators. The Testicular Cancer Society is dedicated to making sure the site and forums are a permanent resource for future patients, survivors and caregivers.

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  • ccole415
    26 yo diagnosed late December
    Hello everyone my name is cory. I am 26 years old from Rochester N.Y. I can't even say how nice it is to be able to find people that have been through this before and are open to talking about it. Since diagnosis I have felt more alone then ever even though I have a lot of support from family and friends...
    Yesterday, 11:07 AM
  • Zbird
    Carboplatin vs Surveillance - Undecided
    Hello everyone. It's been 2 weeks since my IO and I need to figure out my next steps. It's T1 seminoma. Negative scans, markers, etc. I realize I'm very lucky in the grand scheme of things. I've read all the posts regarding treatment options and have consulted with oncologists as well. I won't go...
    Yesterday, 12:17 AM
  • Matt N
    3 weeks in, questions and observations, headed for RPLND
    Matt N
    Wow. I am used to forums where I am discussing things I love. Strangely this forum has become my obsession though, go figure! Something about finding out you have cancer snaps your priorities. It took me a few days, but I eventually found this place and I have already found it a great source...
    01-30-15, 03:59 PM
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Community Forums
Important messages for our members and guests.
464 6,472
A social spot for testicular cancer survivors to meet friends and make new ones. New members can introduce themselves here. Chat about testicular cancer or anything else!
1,672 18,038
Happy new year
Get and give advice on covering medical expenses to treat testicular cancer.
96 571
Testicular cancer publication abstracts and links recommended by our members.
300 932
Before Diagnosis
Symptoms, questions, how to find out for sure!
2,072 13,697
Young men have their own worries. Meet other guys who have been in your shoes! You don't have to be alone in dealing with testicular cancer.
279 1,666
During Treatment and Beyond
Finding out you have cancer can be overwhelming. Ask questions, find out what to expect. Decide what treatment path best fits your situation.
963 14,620
Coping with radiation, chemotherapy, RPLND, or surveillance: treatment issues, test results, surveillance reports. Talk about what's going on with you!
4,786 56,637
Discuss chemotherapy medications such as Cisplatin, Bleomycin, Etoposide, as well as medications such as Zofran and Aloxi to curb side effects such as nausea.
250 2,277
BEP chemotherapy
Cancer has long-lasting physical, emotional, and practical effects on those with the disease and their family, friends, and caregivers. Talk it over with a group that understands.
1,001 10,047
Caregivers deal with a mix of emotions and responsibilities when a loved one is diagnosed with testicular cancer. Share coping skills and thoughts. Vent anger, sadness, and anxiety. Grieve. Gain strength and support.
411 12,082
How it begins...
by Davepet
Losing both testicles poses unique challenges and adjustments, but cancer cannot define what or who we are.
165 1,704
Some testicular cancer survivors need hormone replacement therapy. Too little testosterone may cause fatigue, depression, hot flashes, osteoporosis, and loss of libido. Options include AndroGel, Testim, injections, and more. Share your experience.
544 4,033
After treatment, all testicular cancer patients are on surveillance. Celebrate every good news milestone!
584 4,152
1 yr all clear
by Mike

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