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Gentlemen, Know Thy Nuts (To Check For Testicular Cancer)

"Testicular cancer is not very common," Dr. Vesprini says. It affects about 1,500 men per year in Canada. Although it can happen at any age, it is most common in young men — peaking between the ages of 20 and 40 years old. For reasons not yet known …

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Bret Hart Cancer Announcement: 5 Fast Facts You Need to Know

Former professional wrestler Bret “The HItman” Hart revealed, via a social media post, that he is battling prostate cancer. The 58-year WWE Hall of Famer suffered a stroke in 2002 after staging one of the most impressive in-ring careers in the history …

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Nearly one in five men don't know they have a Prostate, survey finds

Not everyone experiences symptoms of prostate cancer. Many times, signs of prostate cancer are first detected by a doctor during a routine check-up. Some men, however, will experience changes in urinary or sexual function that might indicate the …

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Testicular cancer: know the signs

The exact cause of testicular cancer is unknown, and men with undescended testicle(s), congenital abnormalities (for example, kidney, penile abnormalities), and family or personal history of testicular cancer in one testicle are more susceptible to the …

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6 facts about male orgasm we bet you didn't know!

Ejaculation lowers risk of prostate cancer: Studies say than men who orgasm often stay healthy and are at a lower risk of developing prostate cancer. A study published in the journal JAMA pointed out that men who orgasm more than 20 times in a month as …

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Half of Scottish men 'don't know where their prostate is', survey finds

Men over 50, those with a family history of prostate cancer and black men are most at risk, statistics show. A survey of thousands of men – including more than 500 in Scotland – found only 8% know what the prostate does while only half know where it is …

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REVEALED: Nearly one in five men don't know they have a PROSTATE

With enough money and the right action from clinicians and researchers, the charity said it can halve the 14,500 men projected to die from prostate cancer in 2026, creating the better diagnosis and treatments that will make it a disease the next …

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8 Things you didn't know about circumcision

It has even been thought to lower the risk of prostate cancer. … A point that is frequently brought up is the fact that boys have no protection against adults who want to perform medically unnecessary surgery on their genitals (sometimes without …

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Charlie Daniels: 5 Fast Facts You Need to Know

The country singer is also a prostate cancer survivor and suffered a stroke in 2010 while snowmobiling in Colorado. In 2013, he had to have a pacemaker installed to help regulate his heart. Daniels still lives in Tennesse with his wife Hazel who he …

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Medical Tourism and 5 Prostate Cancer Myths You Should Know

The first perceptible prostate cancer symptoms are caused by cells that have spread to the bones. In that case, unprecedented back, hip or pelvis pains are rather often and severe. However, such symptoms can also originate from other medical conditions …

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Don't be one of the 2000 women who don't know they have breast cancer

Orange-based McGrath breast care nurse Sue Kuter said the benefit of the screening was to find the cancers in their earliest stages, where the chances of successful treatment are highest. “If it's screened it's much smaller and they can be cured more …

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5 prostate Factor Myths you should know

Patients worried about prostate cancer, but not experiencing any symptoms should try to get more information about the factors that are proven to relate to its development. There are also numerous tests and examinations that patients can resort to …

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