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What prompts testicular cancer to spread? with guest Hanan Goldberg, MD, on Upstate's The Informed Patient podcast

Uncommon cancer primarily strikes young men, can be cured

Testicular cancer, which tends to strike young men, is influenced by a variety of factors, and doctors try to arrest it before it spreads to other parts of the body. Explaining what is known about this cancer, how it is treated and how it influences fertility is Hanan Goldberg, MD. He was part of a team that investigated the characteristics of men with testicular cancer, in search of factors that influence metastasis. Goldberg is an assistant professor of urology at Upstate who specializes in urological cancers.