“A lot of people that are fatigued [and] a lot of people that have back pain assume it's something else, and we have the same masculinity concerns or embarrassment concerns about reporting gynecomastia. So, all these things feed into a potential in delaying diagnosis,” says Bradley C. Leibovich, MD, FACS.
In this episode, Urology Times® Assistant Editor Janelle Hart spoke with Bradley C. Leibovich, MD, FACS, about the issues surrounding testicular cancer. More specifically, he encourages physicians to educate themselves and others on this disease so that patients can feel more comfortable seeking care and providers can better manage it. Leibovich is the David C. Utz Professor of Urology at the Mayo Clinic and a medical director at the Mayo Clinic Center for Digital Health in Rochester, Minnesota.