Predicting Testicular Cancer Risk

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By Molly Clifton

Researchers at the University of Pennsylvania have discovered four genetic variants that could help identify men at high risk for testicular cancer.

Scientists call the variants “genetic typos” and say they could allow for early detection of the disease.

Testicular cancer is relatively rare, but cases have doubled during the last 40 years.
 




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