Infertility in men raises risk of testicular cancer

Scientists have alerted the public that poor sperm quality, which affects about one in every 10 men may lead to fertility problems as well as increase risk of developing testicular cancer. These findings were contained in an article published in ‘The Conversation’ by Aleksander Giwercman, professor of reproductive medicine, Lund University in Sweden and Yvonne Lundberg Giwercman, associate professor in experimental urology at the same university. According to the researchers, even if the men don’t develop testicular cancer, men with poor sperm quality tend to die younger than men who…

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