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Testiculaire Cancer

Were you looking for information about Testicular Cancer? Testiculaire cancer is a common misspelling of testicular cancer.
 
Testicular cancer occurs when malignant (cancerous) cells first develop in one or both testicles. Although the cause of this type of cancer is unknown at this time, there are certain risk factors that may increase the risk of developing it. Some of these risk factors include having an undescended testicle, being Caucasian, and having a personal or family history of the disease. Possible symptoms of testicular cancer may include a painless lump or swelling in the testicle, a dull ache in the abdomen (stomach) or groin, and a change in how the testicle feels.
 
(Click Testicular Cancer for more information about possible risk factors for testicular cancer, more detail on potential symptoms, and possible treatment options that are available. You can also click any of the links in the box to the right for specific information.)
 
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