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Center for Male Reproductive Medicine & Microsurgery

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Dr. Peter Schlegel's presentation for the "ASRM Exchange Session - Controversies in ART"

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As part of the ESHRE (European Society for Reproductive Medicine) annual meeting in 2020 (5-8 July 2020), Dr. Schlegel gave a presentation for the “ASRM Exchange Session – Controversies in ART”His presentation covered a number of different patient factors and conditions that can affect the results of Assisted Reproductive Technologies (ART) including IVF and ICSI. He discussed in detail patient lifestyle factors, especially diet and obesity, as well as abstinence before providing a semen... Read More

Dr. Goldstein interviewed on the use of Telemedicine for Inverse Magazine

Tagged: In the Media
Dr. Marc Goldstein, the Matthew P. Hardy Distinguished Professor of Male Reproductive Medicine, and Urology, and Surgeon-in-Chief of Reproductive Medicine and Infertility speaks with Ali Pattillo of Inverse Magazine about the increasing use of Telemedicine in men's health."This is a whole new area, and they're sneaking in before there are any regulations," Goldstein says. Goldstein adds that, despite his own positive experience using telehealth in his practice, he and his colleagues are "... Read More

JAMA Patient Page - Varicocele

Varicocele
Varicoceles are a common, treatable medical problem that affects millions of men in the United States. Learn about the symptoms, diagnosis and treatment in the Journal of the American Medical Association.JAMA. 2020;323(21):2210. doi:10.1001/jama.2020.0397

Dr. Schlegel Responds: The Effect of Antioxidants on Male Factor Infertility

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Expert Comment by Dr. Peter N. Schlegel: 

2019 Top Stories in Urology: Infertility and the Risk of Prostate Cancer

Tagged: In the Media
Published on Practice Update12/09/2019

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