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  • Penile Cancer

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    …wrists or shins. It will usually resolve without any treatment. For more information on Lichen Planus form NHS Choices please click here Pearly Penile Papules Around 10-20% of men may…

  • HIFU

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    …tissue. It usually takes around 3-4 hours to perform under a general anaesthetic. Some men with a prostate that is over 50 mls in size may not be suitable for…

  • Prostate Cancer

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        Around 49,000 men are diagnosed with prostate cancer each year and approximately 11,500 will die each year as a result of the disease.   The prostate gland is…

  • Male Cancer Awareness Week

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    …a better understanding of where to go for help and treatment. The thirteenth annual Orchid Male Cancer Awareness Week will take place from the 13th – 19th September 2021.  …

  • Lymphoedema

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    …periods of time. For more advice on managing lymphoedema please see the Lymphoedema Support Network and Macmillan Cancer Care below. General For patients   Reviewed March 2021. Next review 2022….

  • Cryotherapy

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    …Following cryosurgery men will be reviewed in clinic with a PSA blood test on a regular basis.   Last reviewed April 2021. Next review 2022.   References available on request….

  • Personal stories

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    …in 2019 at the age of 40. Following his treatment he has written openly and honestly about his journey and experience in an online blog. . Cancer is going to…

  • Treatments for localised penile cancer

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    …may be reccommended will be discussed. Cryotherapy This technique uses liquid nitrogen at a temperature of between -20° C and -50° C to freeze and kill cancerous cells. The skin…

  • Symptom Control

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    …sometimes compromise the body’s kidney function. For more information on bisphosphonates please see the following information from patient.co.uk Last reviewed April 2021. Next review 2022.   References available on request….

  • Urinary retention

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    …with soap and water before and after the procedure. Do not pull or tug at the catheter.   Last reviewed April 2021. Next review 2022.   References available on request….