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Testicular cancer is the most common malignancy in young men between the ages of 20 and 34. There are about 7500 new cases yearly, with approximately 350 deaths per year in the US. If found early, testicular cancer is almost always curable.
Please checkout this provocative primer below on self-examination.
* Testicular cancer is more common in white men than black or Asian.
* Testicular cancer is the number one cancer killer among men in their 20′s and 30′s.
* The cancer risk for boys with a history of undescended testicles is about 10-40 times higher than normal individuals.
* Early stage testicular cancer can be treated with surgery and radiation therapy. Late stage testicular cancer can be treated with the combination of surgery, radiation therapy and/or chemotherapy.
* The prognosis for men with testicular cancer is very good, even with late stage disease.
* More than 90% of testicular cancer patients are cured by their initial treatment, and many of those who have recurrent disease can also be cured with chemotherapy or radiation.
* The most common symptom is a swollen and tender testicle. This is usually painless, but some men may notice an ache in their lower abdomen or in the affected testicle. There may be a feeling of ‘heaviness’ in the scrotum.
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