As you deal with testicular cancer and the process of treatment, you need to be able to have honest, open discussions with your cancer care team. Ask any question, no matter how small it might seem. Among those you might want to ask are:
Along with these examples, be sure to write down some of your own. For instance, you might want to ask about clinical trials for which you may qualify. Keep in mind, too, that doctors are not the only ones who can give you information. Other health care professionals, such as nurses and social workers, may have the answers to your questions. You can learn more about communicating with your health care team in The Doctor-Patient Relationship.
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Last Revised: May 17, 2018
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