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Testicular Cancer

“Testicular cancer is a relatively rare form of cancer which can affect men between the ages of 15 and 44. According to the NHS, over 95% of men are completely cured if their disease was diagnosed in the early stages. It is clear that misdiagnosis can have serious consequences.” 

What Is Testicular Cancer & What Are The Symptoms?

Testicular cancer is the abnormal growth of cancerous cells in the scrotum. Symptoms of the disease can include:

  • Painless lumps developing in the testicles
  • Swelling of the testicles and a general feeling of heaviness
  • Dull pain in the scrotum

If you are experiencing any of the symptoms listed above, it is important that you visit your GP as soon as possible.


The early diagnosis of testicular cancer is extremely important. If your GP fails to recognise your symptoms or if your symptoms are thought to be the effects of another medical condition, this can seriously damage your chances of making a full recovery. Your doctor is legally responsible for your welfare and any delays in treatment can worsen your condition. In cases such as these, you may be able to make a medical negligence claim.

How To Make A Claim For Medical Negligence

Making a claim for medical negligence can seem like an extremely daunting prospect. Understandably, you want to focus all your energy on recovery and you may not feel like you can dedicate enough time to the claims process. Lance Mason deals with cancer misdiagnosis claims on a daily basis and ensures the process is straight forward and hassle free. We will deal with the legal technicalities while you focus on getting better.

Contact Us Today

Every case is different so even if you are unsure whether or not you can make a claim, contact us today and we will answer all your questions.

There is no obligation involved in the initial stages so if you can still decide to not go ahead with making a claim.