Who's at Risk? Men between the age of 15 and 29 years of age are at a higher risk of developing testicular cancer. Also, men who have a family history of testicular cancer or an abnormal development of the testicle are at risk and should be reporting any changes to their testicles to their doctor.
Since men over 15 years of age should know how their testicles look and feel, reporting symptoms such as pain, a lump or aches in their belly or groin will help find cancer early.
Last modified on: May 2, 2017