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>> "One can envision a test that would have to be done only once to determine if an individual has a certain genetic mutation," Pagliaro said. "If a man had it, he could have regular exams for testicular cancer, which are more curable if detected at an early age with less burden of therapy. That would have a major public health impact." <<