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Men get testicular cancer when the cells in the testicles, which are in the scrotum and produce sperms and testosterone, start dividing uncontrollably and abnormally. Testicular cancer happens to one man in 250, usually in his middle age. If it is caught early and treated, 90% of men go on to live normal lives.

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Undescended Testicles | Cryptorchidism - Causes, Complications, Diagnosis, Treatment
An undescended testicle / testis is one that has not descended into the scrotal sac before birth. It can occur to just one or both the testicles... Read More
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A testicular self-examination (TSE) helps in detecting cancer of the testicles. Doctors recommend monthly self-examination of the testicles... Read More
Testicular Cancer - Risk Factors - Symptoms - Diagnosis - Staging - Treatment - Prognosis
A person with testicular cancer may have a testicle that is three times its original size. The most cited risk factor is undescended testes... Read More

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