Testis cancer rates continue to rise
The incidence of testicular cancer has increased among American males over 15 years of age for more than 20 years and while overall incidence is still highest among Caucasian males, the greatest increase was observed in the Hispanic community, according to a new study at the 108th Annual Scientific Meeting of the American Urological Association.
DES Action USA commented: “ Experts speculate prenatal estrogen exposures may be to blame. All men – and especially DES Sons – should practice testicular self-exam regularly! “
Read Testis Cancer Rates Continue to Rise
By Charles Bankhead, MedPage Today, May 07, 2013
Sources: American Urological Association, May 03, 2013
Posted by DES Daughter on 07/06/2013
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Posted by DES Daughter on 25/09/2011