Five Things to Know About Testicular Cancer

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Though rare, it is important for all men to learn about testicular cancer and know what to look for should they experience any concerning symptoms. Testicular cancer is highly treatable and usually able to be removed completely upon detection. According to the American Cancer Society, there is a 99 percent survival rate for testicular cancers … Continued

Signs and Symptoms of Testicular Cancer

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While it may be the most common form of cancer in young men between ages 20 and 35 (and far more common in Caucasian than African American men[i]), testicular cancer itself is relatively rare, estimated to represent less than half of one percent of all new cancer cases in 2014. It’s also highly treatable, with a more … Continued

It’s Movember! What Does That Mean Again?

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What do moustaches have to do with men’s health? Well, during Movember (November 1 – 30) growing a moustache is a lighthearted and visual way to bring some attention to men’s health issues, specifically prostate cancer, testicular cancer and mental health. Throughout the month, participants are encouraged to “let it grow,” with individuals and groups supporting their “moustache momentum” … Continued