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Testicular Cancer

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Paul Sheffield

on 5 June 2018

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Transcript of Testicular Cancer

Testicular Cancer

Myths
Check Em Out!
Odd balls check it out
What is Testicular cancer?
Getting kicked in the testicles gives you testicular cancer
False: Although this will undoubtedly hurt, it doesn’t cause cancer. Typically, testicular cancer produces a painless swelling of one testicle, a swelling which cannot be distinguished from the testicle itself by examination.

Testicular cancer is the most common cancer in young men and because it can prove serious if neglected and left untreated, any lump in the scrotum that is new and abnormal should always be reported urgently to the doctor.
Testicular cancer is often diagnosed whilst being examined for sports injuries.


Testicular cancer is the most common cancer of men aged 15-49 in the UK.
Rates of testicular cancer peak in the 25 to 34 age group.
It’s extremely rare to get testicular cancer before puberty.
Around 2,400 UK men are diagnosed with testicular cancer each year.
Testicular cancer is on the rise – twice as many British men get it now as they did in the mid-70s.
Over 98% of men with testicular cancer in the UK are cured.
Survival rates for testicular cancer have risen every year since the 70s.
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