Los Angeles, CA, October 12, 2015 --(PR.com
)-- When it comes to pearly penile papules, there are two schools of thought. The medical community has settled on the consensus that they are a variation of penile anatomy and do not warrant treatment. The people that have them on the other hand insist that having them puts one at a disadvantage and eagerly seek treatment only to be confronted by pats on their back.
The PPP Global Awareness Survey is the first initiative to understand if indeed there is bias in public perception about pearly penile papules.
This survey being one of the biggest of its kind on this subject will tackle a few critical questions:
1) How aware is the general public of pearly penile papules?
2) Do they have positive, neutral or negative views about them?
3) Does having pearly penile papules put one at a disadvantage in intimate settings?
4) Does reassuring someone help eliminate their negative bias against PPP?
The goal of this survey is to set the groundwork for both medical professionals and people with PPP to get more insight on the public psyche about this issue and further direct treatment efforts.
Over 20,000 people (including both men and women) will be taking the survey and the results will be released by the end of 2015.