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Testosterone treatment should be given only for sexual dysfunction, guideline suggests

There's no evidence that long-term testosterone treatment is a "fountain of youth." Dr. Harry Fisch, a professor of urology and reproductive medicine at Weill Cornell Medicine, discusses the reasons men experience drops in testosterone levels. (via NBC News)

Infertility: The Male Component

Testicular microdissection - devised by Peter Schlegel, MD, FACS of Weill Cornell Medicine - is now considered the gold standard for surgical sperm retrieval. Read More

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

Are men with infertility prone to develop clinically significant prostate cancer? Dr. Peter N. Schlegel provides expert commentary on the connection between male infertility and the risk of prostate cancer. Read more here.

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