Harvard Men's Health Watch

On call: Second testicular cancers

My 27-year-old son had his left testicle removed to treat testicular cancer. His doctors are confident that he is cured, but we worry that he may develop cancer in his right testicle. What are the chances of a second cancer and what should he do about it?
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