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February 3, 2007

Penis Size Reduced By Prostate Cancer Treatment

Filed under: Prostate Cancer Treatment

New research published in the January issue of the Journal of Urology says that men who receive both hormone therapy and radiation for advanced prostate cancer experience a significant reduction in penile length.

Just before treatment began, the average stretched penile length was 5.6 inches. Eighteen months later, the average penile length had shortened significantly to 3.4 inches.

Prostate cancer treatment might shorten penis

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Prostrate cancer sure is on the rise. Everybody I know is getting some form of cancer. :(



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