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Testicular Cancer

Cancer of the testicles, also known as testicular cancer, is an uncommon type of cancer that primarily affects younger men. The most common symptom of testicular cancer is a painless lump or swelling in the testicles. Other symptoms can include...

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Prostate Cancer

Prostate cancer generally affects men over 50, and is rarely found in younger men. It is the commonest type of cancer in men. Around 34,000 men in the UK are diagnosed with prostate cancer each year. It differs from most other cancers in the...

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What is Brain Cancer?

There are more than 100 different types of brain tumour, depending on which cells within the brain are involved. The most common (about 50 per cent of brain cancers) is called a glioma, and it is formed not from the nerve cells of the brain but...

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What is Penile Cancer

Cancer of the penis (penile cancer) This information is about cancer of the penis. Cancer of the penis is rare. Approximately 400 men are diagnosed with it in the UK each year. It is most often diagnosed in men over the age of 50. Causes and risk...

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What is Bowel Cancer

What is bowel cancer? Bowel cancer (also known as rectal, colorectal or colon cancer) affects the lower part of the digestive system – the large bowel and the rectum. The condition is rare in people under 40 and almost 85 per cent of cases...

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Get to Know your Manhood

Get To Know Your Manhood Remember that one testicle (usually the right one) is slightly larger than the other, while the left one may hang a little bit lower. This is completely normal. Examine One Testicle at a Time Using both hands, gently roll...

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