Man-To-Man—Let’s Talk Testicular Cancer So you’ve been self-checking and found a lump—what now? If this has happened to you, you’re not alone. Researchers estimate that 8,000 men receive a testicular cancer diagnosis every year. But while there’s power in numbers, knowing that this new-found lump might make you a statistic is less than comforting. You’re
10 Frequently Asked Questions Men Have About Testicular Cancer Testicular cancer is a serious matter. The American Cancer Society estimates 9,310 new cases of testicular cancer in the United States for 2018, and 400 of those will result in death. Every 24 hours, 24 men will be diagnosed with, and one man will die of
Educate yourself on testicular cancer during Testicular Cancer Awareness Month April is Testicular Cancer Awareness Month. So now is the time to learn or refresh your understanding of five signs that could indicate testicular cancer. Knowing the signs and symptoms, can equip you with the right tools to prevent and treat testicular cancer. The American
Understanding how to self-check for testicular cancer can increase the likelihood of early detection. Males of any age can develop testicular cancer, including infants and elderly men. In an effort to increase awareness, we’ve compiled a couple of easy-to-follow steps to administer a self-examination, which will aid in the identification of testicular cancer.
Testicular cancer is one of the least common cancers among men; however, this doesn’t mean it’s not important to be aware of the signs and symptoms. Enlarged testes or a lump in one or both testes are both signs of testicular cancer. Symptoms also include breast tenderness or pain in the testes. If you’re diagnosed
The most common form of cancer for men in their 30s, testicular cancer and its symptoms should not be overlooked. While not as common as other types of cancer and easily treated, testicular cancer still causes hundreds of deaths each year and thousands will be diagnosed with it this year. What are the signs and symptoms of testicular cancer?
Testicular cancer affects thousands of people in the United States every year and kills hundreds. Being aware of the signs and symptoms of this cancer, as well as leading a healthy lifestyle can help you to both prevent it and treat it as soon as possible. But what are some things you didn’t know about testicular cancer?
Your health should be a priority before you hit the big 3-0, but this is when some common and more serious health ailments come into play. You may think you’re too young to be worrying about health problems yet, but you should consider thinking further about these top 5 health problems and what you can do to prevent and treat them.
Testicular and penile cancer are not as well known as other forms of cancer. Though virtually everyone knows about the pink ribbon for breast cancer, many of us are not aware of the other, less common types of cancers. Testicular and penile cancer are less common types of cancers, but we still need to develop
April is an important month for our health as it is recognized as National Cancer Control Month and Testicular Cancer Awareness Month. “Control” and “awareness” are two keywords when it comes to the fight against cancer. Here are some of the risk factors that you can be aware of when it comes to testicular cancer,