Male infertility could be a sign of testicular cancer.

Recent study: Men with low sperm counts were 20 times more likely to develop testicular cancer than men with normal counts.

Self-defense: Men whose sperm counts are low should schedule a semen analysis and cancer screening and do regular self-examinations. Speak to your doctor for information on performing testicle self-exams.

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