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Cancer has caused us to focus on all the things we have to be thankful for and to actively seek them out.
Vickie Gibson Poe
More than 30 men with this complex cancer are treated here each year, while urologists outside major cancer centers typically see one case of penile cancer every two to three years. This translates to an extraordinary level of expertise that can make a direct difference in your successful treatment and recovery.
Customized, Comprehensive Care
At MD Anderson, you receive personalized penile cancer care from a team of some of the most renowned experts in the nation. This group, which includes medical and surgical oncologists, as well as other physicians and a specially trained support staff, collaborates to ensure you receive the most advanced penile cancer treatments with the least impact on your body. As one of the premier cancer research institutions, we are able to offer a range of clinical trials of new agents to treat penile cancer.
And, at MD Anderson you're surrounded by the strength of one of the nation's largest and most experienced comprehensive cancer centers, which has all the support and wellness services needed to treat the whole person – not just the disease.
Understanding a disease is the first step toward finding the right care. Get the facts about penile cancer, including the different types, how it starts and who’s at risk.
Did You Know?
Minimally invasive penile cancer treatments include laser therapy, Mohs surgery and radiation therapy.
Blood tests, imaging exams and even surgical procedures are used to check for cancer. Learn what methods doctors use to diagnose penile cancer, as well as how they determine its stage.
HPV-Related Cancers Moon Shot
More than 60% of penile cancer cases are caused by human papillomavirus (HPV) infection, for which a safe and effective vaccine currently exists. MD Anderson’s HPV-Related Cancers Moon Shot™ aims to improve outcomes for penile cancer patients through prevention initiatives and new treatments.Learn more