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:To paraphrase Carl Sagan, extraordinary claims, while not necessarily requiring extraordinary evidence (in this case), should have at least some evidence to support them. Never heard anything about him having a tumor of any kind, or anything that suggests this. Don't think his accomplishments require supra-physiological T levels to be explained. As to your second point, from what I gather (may be wrong), adrenal tumors that result in excess testosterone production are generally only considered symptomatic in women, if they are benign tumors. Speculation section at the bottom would be fine. [[User:Altmark22|Altmark22]] ([[User talk:Altmark22|talk]]) 17:51, 8 December 2019 (UTC)
 
::There is a very tenuous Genghis Khan/tumor link though, lol. Apparently 40% of the cast and crew of this 1956 film ( https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/The_Conqueror_(1956_film), regarding his life later died of cancer within 30 years, perhaps brought on by nuclear testing near the film site.[[User:Altmark22|Altmark22]] ([[User talk:Altmark22|talk]]) 17:58, 8 December 2019 (UTC)

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