Well, you are a lot closer to 25 than a lot of us, Fed. Lucky devil. On the serious side, though, you're absolutely right: age is but a number. All I'll say is that with the passage of time, and the experience of cancer, we each hopefully become wiser and develop a better sense of self. But that doesn't mean we can't still laugh, be silly, and still enjoy life like a kid would. When we stop doing that, that's when we're really old.
Originally Posted by Fed
TC1: 1996, right orchiectomy, seminoma stage I 3.5 cm mass, radiation therapy (peri-aortic & pelvic 27.3 Gy)
TC2: 2008, left orchiectomy, seminoma stage IA 5 cm mass, left & right prostheses, AndroGel TRT, surveillance at MSKCC