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penile cancer p. 675
Penile cancer is a malignant type of cancer that occurs in the tissues of the penis. Risk factors include smoking, uncircumcision, HPV infection, and a weakened immune system. Common symptoms of penile cancer include penile sores, bumps, and warts on the penis; changes in the color or thickness of penile skin; bleeding or discharge from the penis; and painful and difficult urinating. Treatment for penile cancer may include surgery to remove the cancerous tissue, radiation therapy, and chemotherapy.
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