Testicular cancer occurs when normal, healthy cells begin to reproduce uncontrollably in the testicles.
Every year, over 2,200 men are diagnosed with testicular cancer.
- Testicular cancer commonly affects men between the ages of 15 – 45.
- 47% of men diagnosed with testicular cancer will be under the age of 35.
- If caught early, men can expect a cure rate of around 98%.
- Around 60 young men will die of testicular cancer each year.