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Kia Michel, MD, of Comprehensive Urology in Los Angeles comments on the importance of seeking testicular cancer treatment after a 21-year-old’s life is saved thanks to social media platform
Boys whose testes have not descended at birth are almost three times as likely to develop testicular cancer in later life.
Scientists have discovered a genetic risk factor associated with a three-fold increase in risk for testicular cancer.
Men who are infertile appear to have an increased risk of developing testicular cancer, according to a report in the February 23 issue of Archives of Internal Medicine, one of the JAMA/Archives journals.
NEW YORK (Reuters Health) - Pregnant women's weight is apparently associated with the subsequent risk of testicular cancer in male offspring once they become adults, according to a Scandinavian study.