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Childhood, testicular cancers increase risk for hypogonadism

Men who are survivors of childhood cancer or testicular cancer are at markedly increased risk for developing hypogonadism vs. men in the overall population, with the risk rising for men who underwent testicular or cranial irradiation or combination chemotherapy plus radiotherapy, according to a study.

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