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Not All Cancer Is Pink
April is Testicular Cancer Awareness Month
 
Often this cancer is known to be prevalent in men ages 15-34 and often times it can be treated and cured if found early. Men should do a self-exam regularly to ensure there are no irregularities. Four signs to look for:
 
• Painless lump in the testicle
• Feeling of unusual weight in the scrotum
• Swelling of the testicle
• Pain or dull ache in the testicle, scrotum or groin
 
If experiencing any of the above symptoms, contact your provider immediately!
Information brought to you by Dr. Elsaharty, Urologist at KCH.
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