Latest Testicular cancer Stories
Weak concentrations of bisphenol A are sufficient to produce a negative reaction on the human testicle.
The lifetime risks of cancer from medical radiation may be overemphasized relative to more immediate health risks.
Boys whose testes have not descended at birth are almost three times as likely to develop testicular cancer in later life.
Love smoking that Mary Jane? Well, a new study says that your passion for rolling up that five-leaved friend might be affecting your nether regions if you’re a dude, bro.
Male fetuses of mothers that are exposed to radiation during early pregnancy may have an increased chance of developing testicular cancer.
The "Lance Armstrong effect" could become a powerful new weapon to fight cancer cells that develop resistance to chemotherapy, radiation and other treatments.
Men who channeled positive thoughts into a five-week writing assignment about their testicular cancer showed signs of improved mental health afterward, in contrast to men who wrote negatively or neutrally about their condition.
UC Davis cancer researchers have found that older men with early-stage testicular cancer who opt for surveillance with regular CT scans over lymph node removal are at greater risk for secondary cancers.
A new study has shown that a surgical technique called microdissection testicular sperm extraction (TESE) can effectively locate and extract viable sperm in more than one-third of adult male childhood cancer survivors who were previously considered sterile due to prior chemotherapy treatment.
- The deadly nightshade, Atropa Belladonna, which possesses stupefying or poisonous properties.
- A sleeping-potion; a soporific.
- To mutter deliriously.