Routine Diagnostic Tests Linked to a 59 Percent Increase in Testicular Cancer Risk

New research has revealed that exposure to radiation from diagnostic procedures such as X-rays could contribute to an elevated risk of developing testicular cancer. The University of Pennsylvania’s Katherine L. Nathanson was the senior author of the study, published in .

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