There are two main types of testicular cancer: non-seminoma and seminoma.
Order or download our guide with information for young people living with cancer. It includes insights from other young people who have lived with cancer.
Read our booklet about testicular cancer. It explains how testicular cancer is diagnosed and treated and also talk about emotional and practical issues.
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