Early detection of testicular cancer lifeline

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German Professor Christian volving that early detection is the lifeline of testicular cancer, because the disease is detected early, said chances of cancer bone metastasis (cancer transmission to other tissues) and treatment easier. Urology specialist explained that testicular cancer usually occur in the period between 15 and 35 years of age, so he recommends young people examine the testicle regularly from the age of 14 years, adding that there is currently no way for testicular examination, but it is important to check once a month on Least. and when you note any blocks or weird symptoms, consult a urologist immediately, who will check the situation with ultrasound. He assured the German doctor that the chances of recovery from testicular cancer, currently 80% even with metastasized. source: German

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