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Testicular Cancer: A Growing Concern Among Young Men

Testicular cancer is often perceived as a condition that primarily affects older men. However, it can strike at any age, including young boys and adolescents. Testicular cancer is a relatively uncommon form of cancer but is the most common among young men aged 15 to 35. Worldwide, an estimated 74,458 people were diagnosed with testicular cancer in 2020.

The testicles, also known as the testes, are two small, egg-shaped organs inside the scrotum, producing sperm and male hormones. When cancerous cells develop in these vital organs, it can have serious consequences.

Young boys and adolescents might not consider themselves at risk for testicular cancer, as cancer is often associated with older age. However, testicular cancer is unique in this aspect. It predominantly affects the age group that is often at the peak of their youth, which can make its diagnosis and treatment particularly challenging...

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