Fact or Fiction: Testicular Cancer

Just in time for Movember, we sort out facts from myths when it comes to testicular cancer, one of the most curable forms of cancer -- it can help save your man's life (9 Photos)

Arricca Elin SanSone on Nov 13, 2012 at 1:20PM

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Fact or Fiction: Testicular Cancer

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Fact: Every Lump on the Testicles Should Be Checked

Not all masses are cancer, but every lump needs to be checked out. If your guy finds a lump or bump on the testicle, he needs to see his doctor as soon as possible. “Testicular cancer grows rapidly, so any new lump should be evaluated right away,” says Dr. Holzbeierlein. “Early detection is critical for decreasing the amount of treatment a man needs if it is cancer.”

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