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Testicular Cancer: Symptoms and Signs

Testicular cancer can be a difficult diagnosis to deal with because there is no way to avoid it, prevent it, or monitor its initial development. While some doctors may advise you to be vigilant with self-examination, others say it will likely have no bearing on the ultimate detection and diagnosis of testicular cancer. The good…

How to Detect Testicular Cancer

Just as women are conditioned and reminded throughout their adult lives to check their breasts for lumps, it’s important that men are vigilant to check their testicles for signs of lumps or growth that could point to testicular cancer. Changes to the shape and presence of lumps may indicate an issue, but it’s important not…

Testicular Cancer: Causes and Treatment

Testicular cancer mainly affects young men between the ages of 20 and 39. It is also more common in men who have had abnormal testicle development, have had an undescended testicle, or have a family history of testicular cancer. Symptoms include pain, swelling, or lumps in your testicles or groin area. A urologist will use…

The Complete Guide to Testicular Cancer

With a timely diagnosis, testicular cancer is most likely treatable and in most cases curable. It is the most common cancer in men aged 15 to 35 years old. According to the Urology Care Foundation, about 8,850 men will be diagnosed with testicular cancer in the United States this year. The risk of death from…

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