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My interest in testicular cancer has guided my training and career development. Testicular cancer is a disease that affects boys and men of all ages. For that reason, after completing my residency in Urology and Urologic Surgery, I pursued fellowship training in both urologic oncology (cancer treatment) and pediatric urology. This allows me to provide care to children, adolescents, and adults with testicular cancer at both “adult” and “pediatric” hospitals.
I am involved with testicular cancer both as a clinician and as a researcher. My particular areas of focus include:
I believe that by working in such a wonderful environment at the University of Colorado Anschutz Medical Campus, we can provide the most current therapy as well be involved in research to improve outcomes for patients with testicular cancer.
My clinical philosophy for patient care is to first listen to the patient's concerns and needs. Then, I assess the patient's condition and previous testing and labs in order to explain my evaluation and offer my recommendations. I believe it is important to make sure the patient and family understand their condition as well as possible to enable us all to make the plan of care together, as a team.
I am available to discuss your situation with you or your physician, so please feel free to contact me anytime at the e-mail address below. I look forward to the opportunity to work with you.
Nicholas Cost, MD