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What is testicular cancer?

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Testicular cancer happens when abnormal cells in the testicles divide and grow uncontrolled. In some cases, certain benign (non-cancerous) tumors may progress and become cancer. Testicular cancer can form in one or both testicles in men or young boys.

From: Infertility and Testicular Disorders WebMD Medical Reference

SOURCE: American Urology Association.

Reviewed by Nivin Todd on July 12, 2017

SOURCE: American Urology Association.

Reviewed by Nivin Todd on July 12, 2017

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