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What treatments are given for penile cancer?

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In brief: Surgery

The mainstay of treatment for penile cancer is early diagnosis and then surgery.
Surgery consists of removing a portion of the penis. Depending if the cancer has spread to inguinal lymph nodes, radiation and chemotherapy may be options as well.

In brief: Surgery

The mainstay of treatment for penile cancer is early diagnosis and then surgery.
Surgery consists of removing a portion of the penis. Depending if the cancer has spread to inguinal lymph nodes, radiation and chemotherapy may be options as well.
Dr. Moez Khorsandi
Dr. Moez Khorsandi
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Dr. Morton Levitt
Pathology
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In brief: Penile Cancer

Treatments for penile cancer vary with the stage of the lesion (how far it has spread), the location (glans, shaft) and the state of health of the patient.
Surgery, chemotherapy, and radiation alone, or in combination, are usually employed. A urologist can provide definitive answers.

In brief: Penile Cancer

Treatments for penile cancer vary with the stage of the lesion (how far it has spread), the location (glans, shaft) and the state of health of the patient.
Surgery, chemotherapy, and radiation alone, or in combination, are usually employed. A urologist can provide definitive answers.
Dr. Morton Levitt
Dr. Morton Levitt
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