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10 Signs and Symptoms of Testicular Cancer

Dorathy Gass

Testicular cancer only occurs in 1% of the male population, but it is the most common type of cancer in young males, ages 15 to 35. Although it is alarming to be diagnosed with any form of cancer, the good news is that when caught in the early stages, testicular cancer is highly treatable. According to the American Cancer Society, there is a 99% survival rate in cases that are treated prior to the spread of the disease beyond the testicles.

Regular self-exams to look and feel for any lumps or abnormalities is extremely important for young males in order to catch the disease before it progresses.

Here are the 10 most common early warning signs of Testicular Cancer that you need to read.

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