Experts fret over dwindling sperm counts

High rates of testicular cancer and exposure to endocrine-disrupting chemicals may be to blame
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Male fertility is in a downward spiral with data showing sperm concentration has dropped by 52% among men in the developed world in recent decades.

However, no one seems to know exactly why.

Research by Professor Niels Skakkebaek from the University of Copenhagen suggests that a deterioration in sperm quality should be interpreted alongside trends in testicular cancers.