By Austin Haring Period 9
What is Testicular Cancer?
More about Testicular Cancer
Risk Factors are
Abnormal testicle development-Conditions that cause testicles to grow abnormally, such as Klinefelter's syndrome may increase risk of testicular cancer
An undescended testicle- testicles usually descend to the scrotum before birth. If one's testicle is still in their abdomen they have a higher chance of cancer.
A family history of cancer- if family members had testicular cancer.
Race-more common in white men than black men
Symptoms and Treatments
Pain in the groin and the testicles
Lumps in your testicle or groin area
A feeling of heaviness in the scrotum
- Back pain
- and/or chemotherapy
- May also leave the person infertility