Only 4 in 10 men do a regular testicular self-exam, according to a recent Cleveland Clinic survey.
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While it’s a relatively rare form of cancer, young men aren’t exempt – in fact, testicular cancer occurs most often in young and middle-aged men. The good news is, it can usually be treated successfully.
Scroll down to learn why a monthly testicular exam is important and how it’s done.
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