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Quick Quiz: Testicular Cancer

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Testicular cancer is a rate type of cancer in the United States, but the number of cases of this cancer have been growing in the past few decades, especially the types known as seminomas, which are tumors that develop in the germ cells of the testicles.1 Although testicular cancer primarily occur in young and middle-aged men, a few cases (about 8%) occur in men aged 55 or older, and some cases (about 6%) occur in children and teenagers.2,3 The majority (95%) of those diagnosed with testicular cancer will survive 5 years or more.3

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