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Speaking with Express.co.uk, consultant urological surgeon and andrologist, Asif Muneer, said: “It is more common in white men from northern Europe and affects a younger age group aged 15 to 49 years old. It is important to note that testicular cancer can affect anyone born with a testicle.
“This includes transgender people who have not had testicles removed, male-assigned non-binary people or intersex people if they have a testicle.”
According to Mr Muneer one symptom of testicular cancer is testicular atrophy – or a shrinking testicle.
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