Doctors in Papua New Guinea say that a “nationwide problem” of elevated bodily increases is rising and pulling resources away from more urgent health issues.
Across the country, boys are as young as 1
Akule Danlop, a surgeon at Port Moresby General Hospital, said that he had spent an average of five cases a week in the last two years – and only those that emerged.
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Danlop said often that the effects are irreversible and most men regret what they have done. He told the Guardian that he saw “abnormal masses, a lump sum growing over the penis and posing with the scrotum sometimes,” while others have ulcers who “eventually explode open,” which meant it was difficult. make a urinal. FOX NEWS APP
The epidemic, Danlop, has achieved resources from patients who need serious treatment.
“There is cancer, there are other conditions… It is something frustrating to see these cases when others are going to them [help] and then these people are damaging themselves, they themselves, ”he said.