A high white blood cell
count does not necessarily suggest it is cancer. It can be high is mild infections and inflammations.
Jumping into the diagnosis of cancer straight away is not a good approach. First, rule out local infectious causes. Even normally, sometimes the WBC count
Cancer in the scrotum
usually presents with a painless swelling or nodule of one testicle. In addition, sometimes it presents as dull ache or heavy sensation in the lower abdomen.
Without actually confirming the cancer by histopathological examination, nothing can be said for sure.
In my personal opinion, I do not think there is any cancer at all.
Hope this helps.