Lifelong follow-up essential in testis Ca patients

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Orlando, FL-A study by researchers from Memorial Sloan-Kettering Cancer Center in New York has given added strength to the recommendation that patients who develop unilateral testicular germ cell tumors should be followed carefully over their lifetimes. The interval between development of a first and second tumor can be 20 or more years, according to their retrospective, 50-year review.

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