Testicular Cancer Poster revised.docx

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What is testicular cancer? Testicular cancer is considered as the abnormal growth of cell in the testicles ( Herndon & Kim, 2015). In most instances, testicular cancer affects men of between age 15years and 35years (Isaacs, 2017) . Who is at risk? There are various predisposing factors of testicular cancer. These include: Men of age between 15years and 35years ( Health-wise, 2017). Men whose testicles had no descended in scrotum at birth. Men with a relative who have had testicular cancer. Men whose mother had/has breast cancer. Conclusion In conclusion, this poster accomplishes the purpose of creating awareness regarding testicular cancer. The poster clearly cites the predisposing factors, most venerable group, signs and symptoms and also the treatment of the disease. Signs & Symptoms Mild Pain or discomfort, in the scrotum or either of the testicles. Fluid builds up in the scrotal sack. Heaviness feeling in the scrotum.
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