(Claudia Tanner, Daily Mail)
Men with a bent penis have a significantly increased risk of several cancers, according to a new study. This includes:
- testicular cancer (40 percent higher risk)
- melanoma (29 percent)
- stomach cancer (40 percent).
Researchers suggest a gene that may trigger crooked penises could also be linked to the development of tumors.
The condition, known as Peyronie’s disease, is estimated to affect up to seven percent of males.
The findings were reached after a review of data of more than 1.5 million men.
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