Better stub them doobies out quick guys, or yer nuts might be for the chop.
Hmmmm, it is a little odd though is it not that there is no real medical evidence given in the article. Oh, that's because it's just an initial study and scientific tests haven't been done.
So if there's no real evidence, why is this news?
It does strike me as just a bit wrong that this story can be published as news. News tends to imply fact, whereas what we have here is essentially still just theory. Anyone could do this. I could ask people on my English course how many of them have drunk more than their recommended units of alcohol in the last week, the go to a History group and ask the same question. If the number of English students who had was higher than the number of History students who had, what would be to stop me saying that there is a link between studying English and alcoholism?
And that's all this "News" story is.
If they do medically prove that there is a link between marijuana use and testicular cancer, then by all means we should be told. We need to know. If however all you have is the results of an initial test study, we don't need to know. It's not proven fact. All it is, is despicable scaremongering.