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Trichomoniasis in Men May Lead to Prostate Cancer or BPH

You may not have symptoms of this parasitic STI, but serious complications could arise.
A blue magnifying looks over a yellow-orange prostate with a green cancer ribbon on it.
Illustration by Jaelen Brock

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