HealthyLife® Students' Self-Care Guide
Section II–Playing It Safe
Testicular Self-Exam (TSE)
Cancer of the testicles, the primary male sex glands, is the most common type of cancer in males aged 20 to 35.
To detect signs of testicular cancer, do a testicular self-exam (TSE) as advised by your doctor or health care provider.
Reasons to Contact Your Health Care Provider
These can be signs of cancer or other conditions. When found early, testicular cancer is very curable. This is why a monthly TSE is very important.
For Information, Contact:
Cancer Information Service
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March 21, 2007