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Barclay C. Cryptorchidism raises risk of testicular cancer later on. Practitioner 2013; 257 (1757): 8

Cryptorchidism raises risk of testicular cancer later on

28 Jan 2013Pais-up subscribers

Boys with isolated cryptorchidism have a three-fold increased risk of developing testicular cancer later in life, a meta-analysis published in Archives of Disease in Childhood has found.

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