genital warts are the results of infection with low risk HPV, so it will not progress to cancer, but even though you can still harbor the high risk HPV that can cause cancer to your partner as penile cancer is very very rare compared to cervical cancer.
if you still have these warts, you should remove them , and you need to follow up them, as the treatment takes time. in meantime you should do safe sex or abstain as HPV can be transmitted eventhough you use condoms..
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