“Penile cancer is a rare cancer that begins on the skin cells of the penis, generally under the foreskin. Certain types of human papillomavirus (HPV) can contribute to penile cancer, but if it’s found early, it’s often curable.
Penile cancer often exhibits symptoms including the development of lumps or sores, bleeding, swelling of the penis, and discharge from the under part of the foreskin. It is most common in men that are over age 60, especially those with weakened immune systems. ”
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