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Prostate & Testicular Center

The prostate is a walnut-size gland in males that makes fluid that is part of semen. The testicles are small egg-shaped sex glands in males that produce sperm and hormones, especially testosterone. Prostate cancer is prevalent in elderly men but usually grows slowly. Testicular cancer occurs mostly in young males and is one of the most curable kinds of cancer.

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