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Stanford University School of Medicine

Men who are infertile because of an absence of sperm in their semen – diagnosed as azoospermic – run a much higher risk of developing cancer than other men. (JUAN MABROMATA/AFP/Getty Images)

Study: Low Sperm Count Can Mean Increased Cancer Risk

Men who are infertile because of an absence of sperm in their semen – diagnosed as azoospermic – run a much higher risk of developing cancer than other men.

06/21/2013