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Beyond Blue: Anxiety Disorders And Depression In Men With Testicular Cancer

This document recognises that some men with testicular cancer will experience ongoing anxiety and depression, and that managing these states is an important part of the journey towards healing.

Anxiety Disorders And Depression In Men With Testicular Cancer


Helping men work through the process of receiving treatment for cancer includes managing their emotional and social wellbeing as much as their physical health.

For many men who receive the diagnosis of testicular cancer, it increases their anxiety levels as they struggle with what is an intensely personal illness. It is often difficult to manage the feelings of fear, uncertainty and worry that accompany cancer.

These resources can provide avenues for men and those who care about them to seek the kinds of help that can maintain their emotional health while they go through the cancer journey.

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