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Everything a Man Needs to Know about Penile Cancer

Posted by John Dugan on Monday, October 16, 2017, In : Men's Health 

Fortunately, most men will never have to deal with penile cancer. But even though the cases of penile cancer are very rare, it’s such a frightening penis problem that many men worry that they will be one of the unlucky ones to get the diagnosis. The good news is that regular penis care can help a man spot the signs of penile cancer very early, and that’s what matters most when it comes to getting treatment that can eradicate the cancer cells and make a man healthy again.

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Penile Cancer Prevention – Lifestyle Choices for Better Penis Health

Posted by John Dugan on Monday, August 25, 2014, In : Men's Health 

Penile cancer is thankfully rare, but it can and does affect a small number of men every year. Therefore, it is important to understand the risk factors that can increase a man’s chances of developing this potentially deadly disease. The issues that are most commonly linked with penile cancer are described below, along with the appropriate penis care and lifestyle choices that can help men reduce the risk of developing cancerous tumors.

1) Human papilloma virus. Men who have been exposed...


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Ten Penile Cancer Symptoms – What to Look for and When to Get Help

Posted by John Dugan on Monday, August 4, 2014, In : Health 

Penile cancer is relatively rare, especially in industrialized countries; however, it can and does occur. Therefore, as part of a man’s overall approach to penis care, he should be aware of the following signs and symptoms. These symptoms can also be related to other, less serious health issues, but it is always important to be sure; therefore, men who develop any of these should bring them to the attention of their health care provider. Furthermore, because cancer may also occur without a...


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Penile Cancer Alert - What All Men Should Know About Their Sexual Health

Posted by John Dugan on Tuesday, April 29, 2014, In : Men's Health 

Penile cancer is relatively rare, but according to research, incidence of cancer of the penis has increased by 20% over the last few decades. There are several potential reasons for this alarming statistic, and men’s sexual health may play a role. In order to avoid the long-term complications of cancer, all men should be aware of the connection to sexual health. In addition, they should pay close attention to proper penis care, making it a priority in their daily routine.

Why is penis ca...


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Penile Cancer - What are the Signs and Risk Factors?

Posted by John Dugan on Tuesday, March 18, 2014, In : Men's Health 

Words like "broken penis" or "impotence" may strike fear into the heart of every man, but the words "penile cancer" can be even more frightening. Cancer of the penis is rare, but it can be deadly, so understanding the risk factors and knowing the signs to watch for can be an important aspect of penis care.

Understanding Cancer

Cancer is a term that refers to abnormal cell growth in the body. Cancerous cells, or tumors, tend to grow much faster than the surrounding healthy tissue, and the...


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When Dry Penis Skin May Be a Sign of Penile Cancer

Posted by John Dugan on Wednesday, July 3, 2013, In : Men's Health 

When skin is healthy, nourished and protected from the sun, it's soft and slightly moist. This is skin anyone would want to touch, and it's relatively easy for a man to create smooth, touchable penis skin by carrying out a reasonable penis care routine. However, there are times when this vital tissue becomes crusted and dry, and it might even be a little painful. While these problems could be attributed to injuries or allergies, they could also be caused by penile cancers, and as a result, m...


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Penis Cancer Symptoms – 7 Warning Signs Men Should Recognize

Posted by John Dugan on Thursday, February 28, 2013, In : Men's Health 

Penis cancer is not common, especially in developed countries. In the United States, for instance, about 1 in 1500 men may develop symptoms, while in Asia, Africa and South America, about 10% of men may be affected. With that said, there are certain risk factors associated with the disease, and men should be aware of the risks, as well as understanding the warning signs and knowing when to get help.

In addition, men can take steps to reduce their risk of developing cancerous lesions by exe...


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