- Prevention policy
- Early detection policy
- Clinical practice policy
- Supportive care policy
- Position statements
- Submissions to government
In 2009, 751 men were diagnosed with testicular cancer in Australia. More than half of new diagnoses are in men under the age of 35. The outlook for men treated for the disease is very good.
Cancer Council Australia’s Public Health Committee has developed a position statement which provides background information about testicular cancer including detection and treatment.
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