How does the risk of testicular cancer vary with age?
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In the United States, the incidence of testicular cancer is low before puberty, rises shortly afterward, peaks in the 25- to 34-year-old age range, and then declines with age. White men have the greatest risk; Hispanics and American Indians/ Alaska Natives have an intermediate risk; and black and Asian/Pacific Islander men have the lowest risk.
Evidence Based Practice 15(1): 10-11.