|Keyword||CPC||PCC||Volume||Score||Length of keyword|
|testicles in spanish||0.02||0.4||5960||18|
|testiclese maximus careers||1.66||0.5||9182||64|
|testicles anatomy diagram||0.75||0.8||6647||91|
|testicles have taste buds||1.21||0.2||505||63|
|testicles with cancer||0.94||0.7||7041||70|
|testicles larger with age||0.75||0.6||1864||38|
|testicles ache occasionally||1.03||0.5||8336||84|
If the cancer is not detected and goes untreated, life expectancy is between two to three years only. Testicular cancer, per se, does not kill its victims; rather fatalities occur when the cancer metastasizes and affects other organs.How dangerous is testicular cancer?
Testicular cancer is very curable. While a cancer diagnosis is always serious, the good news about testicular cancer is that it is treated successfully in 95 percent of cases. If treated early, that number rises to 98 percent. Although a man’s risk of getting it is 1 in 263, his chance of dying from the disease is only about 1 in 5,000.