Testicular cancer develops in the cells of the testicles, a part of the male reproductive system. Signs and symptoms include a painless lump on the testicle or swelling. Men should learn how to do a testicular self-exam to detect any symptoms. If you develop testicular cancer, you will work with an oncologist to determine treatment.
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