The number of testicular cancer cases continues to rise slowly among men in the United States, with Latinos seeing the greatest increase, HealthDay reports. Scott Eggener, MD, an associate professor of surgery at the University of Chicago, tracked statistics from 1992 to 2009. Data from a nationwide epidemiology database shows four of every 100,000 Latinos were affected in 1992. By 2009, it had risen to 6.3 Latinos of every 100,000. Despite this study, the American Cancer Society emphasizes that Latinos still have a lower rate of testicular cancer compared with white men. Symptoms of testicular cancer can include a painless lump on a testicle, an enlarged testicle, or an achy feeling in the lower belly.

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