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I have a mild testicular cancer and have just begun treatment. how long would it take to cure it?

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Dr. Julio Hajdenberg
Hematology and Oncology 32 years experience
# months, mostly: For stages i and early ii, usually 1 to 3 months. More advanced cases may need twice as long, depending on whether some surgery is needed after chemotherapy (if chemotherapy was given). You will still need monitoring with an oncologist every 2-3 months for anywheter from 5 to 7 years.
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