Infertile Men at Risk for Cancer

Men who can't have kids, may also be at risk for testicular cancer, according to researchers at the University of California.

In a study of over 22,000 men seeking fertility treatment, those who were infertile were three times more likely to develop a type of testicular cancer.

Testicular germ cell cancer is the most common cancer among young men.

DNA problems and genetics may be the underlying reasons for the cancer, researchers say.

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