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Why Men Won't Go to the Doctor, and How to Change That (Wall Street Journal)

Why Men Won't Go to the Doctor, and How to Change That; Many men view health complaints as a sign of weakness. So health-care providers are looking for ways around their reluctance.Landro, Laura.Wall Street Journal (Online); New York, N.Y. [New York, N.Y]30 Apr 2019.Men are notoriously bad patients.Compared with women, they avoid going to the doctor, skip more recommended screenings and practice riskier behavior. They also die about five years sooner, live with more years of bad health and have... Read More

Dr. Kashanian Discusses Male Infertility with Time Magazine

"Couples used to assume the problem was with the woman...now, physicians, patients and couples are more aware of the male factor," - Dr. James KashanianRead the full article here: The Silent Shame of Male Infertility

The Male Contraceptive Pill - Statements from our Physicians

Dr. Peter Schlegel James J. Colt Professor and Chairman of Urology, Weill Cornell Medical College Professor of Reproductive Medicine, Urologist-in-Chief, New York Presbyterian HospitalRecently The Telegraph published on the first clinical trials of the male contraceptive pill.  Statements from our physicians are below:

Dr. Kashanian responds to the trend in declining sperm

Temporal trends in sperm count: a systematic review and meta-regression analysis. Hagai Levine, Niels Jørgensen, Anderson Martino-Andrade, Jaime Mendiola, Dan Weksler-Derri, Irina Mindlis, Rachel Pinotti, Shanna H. Swan.  Human Reproduction Update, https://doi.org/10.1093/humupd/dmx022.  Published: 25 July 2017 Semen parameters have long been touted as a barometer for overall men’s health.  The recent meta-analysis published by Levine et al in Human Reproduction Update chronicling a... Read More

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