The majority of patients diagnosed with testicular mesothelioma survive for approximately 20 months following the detection of the disease, as this type of cancer is typically discovered in its advanced stages. Nevertheless, there have been numerous cases of patients suffering from testicular mesothelioma who improved their prognosis to a great extent by undergoing alternative forms of treatment in conjunction with radiation therapy and chemotherapy, as well as by changing their lifestyle. Early diagnosis also represents a key factor in improving one’s prognosis and extending life expectancy, as a larger number of treatments are available when testicular mesothelioma has been identified in its incipient phases. However, this form of cancer has a slightly better prognosis than pleural and peritoneal mesothelioma.
We wanted a resource where people who are looking for better help can find it, because one of the issues that I have found is that the diagnosis takes a little bit, some people don’t know if they are diagnosed or not. This is something that it is important enough, that is why I wanted to put the information together.