Guide for Aviation Medical Examiners
Decision Considerations – Aerospace Medical Dispositions
Item 41. G-U System – Neoplastic Disorders
|A. Non metastatic and treatment completed 5 or more years ago
|No recurrence or ongoing treatment:
Summarize this history in Block 60.
|B. Non metastatic and treatment completed less than 5 years ago
|See CACI worksheet.
|Follow the CACI – Testicular Cancer Worksheet
Note in Block 60.
|C. Metastatic disease
Current OR anytime in the past
Recurrence of disease
|Submit the following to the FAA review:
☐ Current status report from oncologist describing treatment plan and prognosis;
☐ List of medications with attention to any chemotherapy agents and dates used;
☐ Treatment records including clinic notes or summary letter describing disease course and initial staging;
☐ Operative notes and discharge summary (if applicable);
☐ Pathology report(s) (if applicable);
☐ MRI/CT or PET scan reports (in some cases, the actual CDs will be required in DICOM format for FAA review); and
☐ Serum tumor markers results (if applicable).
Submit the information to the FAA for a possible Special Issuance.
Notes regarding Testicular Cancer: If the airman is currently on radiation or chemotherapy, the treatment course must be completed before medical certification can be considered. Watchful waiting is allowed. See CACI – Testicular Cancer Worksheet.