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Survival rates for the disease have risen by almost a third since the 1970s and more than 96 per cent of men who contract the cancer today are now cured. Fewer than 70 per cent of patients survived the disease 40 years ago.
Each year around 2,300 new cases of testicular cancer are diagnosed in the UK. Unlike many other cancers, the disease strikes at a relatively young age. It is the most common cancer in men aged 15 to 49.
The improvement in survival rates is in large part down to the use of the drug cisplatin, a chemotherapy drug also used to treat bladder, lung and ovarian cancers.
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