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
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.