TESTICULAR CANCER

The testicles control male development in the youth, and generate sperm after puberty. Furthermore, they continue to produce testosterone, the essential male hormone, throughout life. Testicular cancer is most common in early adulthood, and usually first gets noticed as a lump in the scrotum. In fact, men are advised to check their testicles monthly for any new lumps or bumps, and show them promptly to a doctor if discovered.

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It is critical to get proper diagnosis and treatment for a testicular cancer problem. This can literally make the difference between life and death. While great advances have been made in treating most testicular cancers, and the success rate is high, some varieties are highly aggressive and quickly fatal without expert management and follow-up. Understanding your options will give you the peace-of- mind knowing that you have done everything possible for a successful outcome for yourself or a loved one.

The Cancer Group Institute's material explains, in plain English, the definition, types, frequency, evaluations, historical and latest effective treatments for testicular cancer. We describe surgery, radiation, and chemotherapy along with their results and side-effects. We tell you everything you need to know to help make the right choices today for a testicular cancer problem.

TONGUE BASE AND TONSIL CANCER

The base of tongue and tonsil are very close to each other in the back of the throat, and are behind the last molar in the mouth. This is important since disease starting in front of the tonsils are considered "oral" disease, while those arising in back of the teeth are "oropharynx" problems. The Tonsils and Base of Tongue are in this oropharynx, along with the tissue making up the back of the throat (called the "posterior pharyngeal wall").

It is critical to get prompt diagnosis and proper treatment for an "oropharynx" cancer problem, this can literally make the difference between life and death. Understanding your options will give you the peace-of-mind that you have done everything possible to ensure a successful outcome for yourself or a loved one.

The Cancer Group Institute's material explains, in plain English, the definition, types, risk factors, frequency, evaluation, historical and latest effective treatments for base of tongue and tonsil cancers. We describe surgery, radiation and chemotherapy along with their side effects and results. While we don't promise a cure, we tell you everything you need to know to help you make the correct choices today for an "oropharynx" cancer problem.

UTERINE CANCER

Uterine, or "endometrial" cancer is very common in the U.S.A., and great strides have been made in curing this disease. While historic treatment used surgery only, newer approaches combine therapies to increase the length of survival and chance of cure.

It is crucial to be knowledgable in choosing the right therapy for cancer of the uterus. Proper treatment choices can literally make the difference between life and death. It is important to have the peace-of-mind of knowing you have done everything possible to fight this cancer successfully. The Cancer Group Institute's materials explain, in plain English, the definition, types, frequency, risk factors, evaluation, historic and latest effective treatment for uterine cancer. We tell you everything you need to know to help you make the right choices today for a uterine cancer problem.