Depending on how advanced of a stage the cancer is and the speed at which it spreads, yes there is a possibility. However, before that infertility takes place.
A person can die of cancer. Early treatment and action should be done to prevent the spread of cancer and reduce or maybe completely eradicate in in your system.
There's more than one type of testicular cancer, the same that there is more than one type of prostate cancer. I myself was diagnosed with 4 types of testicular cancer two years ago, 2 of which would've killed me within the year had I not found them. So, to answer your question, yes, these types of cancer can be fatal. It takes time though because they have to work their way up to the heart, lungs, and brain.
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