The testicular cancer survival rate is exceptionally high. Patients who are diagnosed with localized cancer (cancer that has not spread outside of the testicle) have a 99 percent five-year survival rate, meaning that 99 percent of patients live at least five years after their diagnosis. Even for patients who are diagnosed with regionalized cancer (cancer that has spread to nearby lymph nodes and tissues), the survival rate is still favorable; approximately 96 percent of these patients survive five years or more.
These are general survival rates – meaning they don’t take into account individual factors that can impact a specific person’s chance of survival. For instance, survival rates are often higher for patients who do not have high tumor marker levels. Also, because seminomas are slower growing than nonseminomas, they can be easier to treat and can have better prognoses.
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