Testicular Cancer Treatment

Radiation oncologist Marisa Kollmeier discusses testicular cancer treatment with a colleague

Radiation oncologist Marisa Kollmeier (right) and our other testicular cancer experts use cutting-edge technologies when personalizing each patient’s treatment plan.

If you have testicular cancer, we’re ready to help. Experts at Memorial Sloan Kettering’s Sidney Kimmel Center for Prostate and Urologic Cancers are among the nation’s most experienced in treating testicular cancer, caring for nearly 300 men who are diagnosed each year.

As a comprehensive cancer center, MSK offers you access to specialists in urology, surgery, radiation oncology, medical oncology, pathology, sexual health, and more. We use sophisticated imaging and laboratory tests to confirm your diagnosis and identify the characteristics of your tumor, and work together to develop an individualized treatment plan, with the goal of eliminating your cancer.

Surgery is usually the primary treatment for early-stage seminomas and nonseminomas that haven’t metastasized (spread). For more aggressive or advanced testicular cancer, our comprehensive team can offer innovative chemotherapy and other possible approaches through our numerous clinical trials.

We understand that going through testicular cancer treatment can be difficult, especially for young men who are otherwise healthy. The experts in our Male Sexual and Reproductive Medicine Program regularly provide guidance regarding a variety of fertility and sexual health concerns, including how to store sperm prior to treatment

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