Latest Testicular cancer Stories

The Harmful Effects Of 'Bisphenol A' Have Been Proven Experimentally
2013-01-22 08:45:45

Weak concentrations of bisphenol A are sufficient to produce a negative reaction on the human testicle.

2012-12-18 11:39:04

The lifetime risks of cancer from medical radiation may be overemphasized relative to more immediate health risks.

2012-11-29 14:51:13

Boys whose testes have not descended at birth are almost three times as likely to develop testicular cancer in later life.

Marijuana Smoke Linked to Testicular Cancer
2012-09-10 17:21:08

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.

2012-02-14 11:19:59

Male fetuses of mothers that are exposed to radiation during early pregnancy may have an increased chance of developing testicular cancer.

2011-10-19 13:10:04

The "Lance Armstrong effect" could become a powerful new weapon to fight cancer cells that develop resistance to chemotherapy, radiation and other treatments.

2011-09-15 11:43:38

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.

2011-03-31 00:59:55

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.

2011-03-14 16:40:31

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.

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