Men Who Can't Produce Sperm Face Increased Cancer Risk, Stanford University Study
6/21/2013 7:19:09 AM
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Men who are diagnosed as azoospermic -- infertile because of an absence of sperm in their ejaculate -- are more prone to developing cancer than the general population, a study led by a Stanford University School of Medicine urologist has found. And a diagnosis of azoospermia before age 30 carries an eight-fold cancer risk, the study says.
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