Testicular cancer in young men growing

[KARE-TV, April 29, 2016] Nearly every hour of every day, a young man learns he has testicular cancer. It’s the most common cancer among men under 35 and the number of cases reported each year has been increasing for decades.

April is dedicated to encouraging us to start talking about testicular cancer and Dr. Peter Sershon from Allina Health talked about it on KARE11-TV.

Posted on April 29, 2016 in cancerKARE11TV NewsUnited Hospital

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