What Men Should Know About Testicular Cancer

Testicular cancer occurs most often in young and middle-aged men, but can be diagnosed in males of any age – from infant to elderly. The main risk factors for the disease are an undescended testicle as a child or exposure to certain chemicals during a man’s lifetime. Pain or swelling can be the main symptom, but often no signs or symptoms are found, so regular self-exams are particularly important. There is no routine testicular cancer, so it’s important for men to speak with the experts about the best treatment options available.

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