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Testicular Cancer

Posted By pcfadmin On March 1, 2011 @ 3:19 pm In | No Comments

Introduction

This year, over 8,820 men will be diagnosed with testicular cancer, and an estimated 380 will die of the disease. It is the most common cancer in men age 15 to 35. When found early and treated appropriately, testicular cancer is usually curable.

Risk Factors [1]

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Prevention & Early Detection [2]

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Symptoms [3]

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Treatment [4]

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Updated 02/2014


Article printed from Prevent Cancer Foundation: http://preventcancer.org

URL to article: http://preventcancer.org/prevention/preventable-cancers/testicular-cancer/

URLs in this post:

[1] Risk Factors: http://preventcancer.org/prevention/preventable-cancers/testicular-cancer/testicular-cancer-risk-factors/

[2] Prevention & Early Detection: http://preventcancer.org/prevention/preventable-cancers/testicular-cancer/testicular-cancer-prevention-early-detection/

[3] Symptoms: http://preventcancer.org/prevention/preventable-cancers/testicular-cancer/testicular-cancer-symptoms/

[4] Treatment: http://preventcancer.org/prevention/preventable-cancers/testicular-cancer/testicular-cancer-treatment/

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