USA: Researcher says testicular cancer caused by food contaminant
A researcher from Wake Forest University has reported that testicular cancer is caused by a toxin found in contaminated cereal grains, pork products and coffee. The probable causes of testicular cancer have long been debated, but this new hypothesis does seem to help explain the patterns of the spread of the disease. The highest incidence is recorded in northern Europe, notably Denmark, in men most usually between the ages of 15 and 34.
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