Penis Cancer (cont.)
In this Article
- Penis cancer facts*
- What is cancer of the penis?
- What are causes and risk factors for penis cancer?
- What are symptoms and signs of penis cancer?
- How is penile cancer diagnosed?
- What factors affect prognosis and treatment of penile cancer?
- How is staging of penile cancer determined?
- What is the treatment for penis cancer?
- What are treatment options by stage?
- Where can I get more information about penis cancer?
- Find a local Oncologist in your town
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Medically reviewed by Jay B. Zatzkin, MD; American Board of Internal Medicine with subspecialty in Medical Oncology
National Cancer Institute, U.S. National Institutes of Health, http://www.cancer.gov/. Last update: 1/25/2010
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