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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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Diagnostic Imaging may Boost Testicular Cancer Risk
Early and repeated exposures to diagnostic imaging, namely X-rays and CT scans, may boost testicular cancer risk, suggesting a new study from Penn Med.....
Testicular Cancer Partners With Autoimmune Disease to Cause Maximum Damage
Testicular cancer is known to be associated with an autoimmune disease called “testicular cancer-associated paraneoplastic encephalitis.” This disease.....
Testicular Cancer Treatment Unlikely to Increase Risk of Birth Defects
In children of fathers with testicular cancer, no increased risk of birth defects was linked to treatment with radiotherapy or chemotherapy, revealed .....
Identifying Genetic Factors Associated With Testicular Cancer
New study has discovered genetic and genomic characteristics that define testicular germ cell cancer, a disease that is rare but growing in incidence .....
Daily Intake of Aspirin Can Increase Risk of Certain Cancers in Men
Taking an aspirin everyday, may not necessarily keep the doctor away. Infact, men who take an aspirin once a day are at a doubled risk of melanoma, wh.....

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
Testicular Self-Examination - How to Do - FAQs
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
Drug-Induced Neuropathy
Some drugs which are prescribed to treat disease may cause neuropathy as an adverse effect. Signs and symptoms of drug-induced neuropathy can be debilitating and permanent. Know about adverse effects of therapeutic drugs to avoid them, when possible... Read More

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