• This is what happens when you get your testicles checked by your GP

    One year ago - By Metro

    It's no fun, but at least it's quick
    Testicular cancer might have a high survival rate , but it's a serious condition.
    It's the 16th most common cancer in men in the UK, and affects around 2,400 people per year - almost half of which are under the age of 35.
    What are the signs of testicular cancer and how to check for lumps yourself
    Surgery to treat testicular cancer can seriously impact your fertility, so - as with all cancers - it's best to catch it early.
    All men, whatever your age, should regularly check their... Read the full story
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