Don’t fret about testicular cancer

Men, writes Dalrymple, should desist from

worrying themselves sick over testicular and prostate cancer.

The health, in particular, of slobs is endangered

much more by their revolting habits and way of life than by their ignorance of testicular cancer, which is still rare enough to be very unlikely to kill them, or of prostate cancer, which, if it kills them at all, will kill them slowly and in many years to come.

Dalrymple points out that

breast cancer strikes women earlier in life than prostate cancer strikes men, and therefore accounts for many more years of lost life. Women are, thus, quite right to be more worried about breast cancer than men are about prostate cancer.

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