Male infertility: a biomarker of individual and familial cancer risk.

@article{Hanson2018MaleIA,
  title={Male infertility: a biomarker of individual and familial cancer risk.},
  author={Brent Hanson and Michael L Eisenberg and James M. Hotaling},
  journal={Fertility and sterility},
  year={2018},
  volume={109 1},
  pages={
          6-19
        }
}
Associations between male infertility and cancer are gaining clinical attention. Relationships between infertility and cancer have traditionally been studied in women, but recent work has focused on the male component of reproduction. Infertile men are at an elevated risk to develop various malignancies later in life, primarily genitourinary malignancies such as testicular and prostate cancer. Rates of testicular and high-grade prostate cancer in infertile men appear to be at least double the… CONTINUE READING
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