17 Mar

Men Older Than 40 Twice as Likely to Die From Testicular Cancer

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Testicular cancer has one of the highest survival rates at 95 percent when caught early. But researchers now say the odds of dying from this form of cancer substantially increase as men age.

A new study from the University of Rochester in New York shows men diagnosed with testicular cancer after the age of 40 are 50 percent more likely to die from the disease even after initial treatment and regardless of the disease’s progression.

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