Penis Disorders (cont.)
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What are the symptoms of penile cancer?
Symptoms of penile cancer include growths or sores on the penis, abnormal discharge from the penis, and bleeding.
What treatments are given for penile cancer?
Surgery to remove the cancer is the most common treatment for penile cancer. A doctor may take out the cancer using one of the following operations:
Radiation, which uses high-energy rays to attack cancer, and chemotherapy, which uses drugs to kill cancer, are other treatment options.
Reviewed by the doctors at The Cleveland Clinic Urological Institute.
Reviewed by Daniel Perlman, MD on September 24, 2007
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Last Editorial Review: 12/13/2007
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