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Peter Schlegel, M.D., F.A.C.S.

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Wall Street Journal: Dr. Peter Schlegel discusses male infertility trends and the use of antioxidants in support of sperm health

Dr. Peter Schlegel, the James J. Colt Professor of Urology and Professor of Reproductive Medicine spoke with the Wall Street Journal regarding recent trends in male infertility, and the medical research into the use antioxidants to treat it. 

To Read the Full Story: https://www.wsj.com/articles/sperm-focus-start-ups-looking-to-boost-male-fertility-11654691234

Practice Update - 2021 Top Story in Urology: Joint AUA/ASRM Guideline on Infertility in Men

Practice Update - 2021 Top Story in Urology: Sexual Function After BPH Treatment

ASPIRE 2021: New Focus on Male Factors Critical for Success in Human Fertility Treatment - Dr. Peter N. Schlegel

The adverse impact of male factors in assisted reproductive treatments will be brought into a sharp and disturbing focus at the 10th Congress of the Asia Pacific Initiative on Reproduction (ASPIRE) this week.

The ASPIRE Congress, originally to be held in the Philippines, is being presented in virtual format to on-line participants in more than 100 countries because of ongoing concerns about COVID-19.

Practice Update - Dr. Peter N. Schlegel Comments on the Impact of the Microbiome on Infertility Patients

Updated AUA-ASRM guideline for male infertility.

Dr. Cigdem "Cori" Tanrikut, Clinical Professor of Urology at Georgetown University School of Medicine and Dr. Peter N. Schlegel, James J. Colt Professor of Urology & Reproductive Medicine at Weill Cornell Medicine provide an updated AUA-ASRM guideline for male infertility.

Congratulations to Dr. Peter N. Schlegel, Dr. Marc Goldstein, and Dr. Dolores Lamb of Weill Cornell Urology

Congratulations to Dr. Peter N. Schlegel, Dr. Marc Goldstein, and Dr. Dolores Lamb of Weill Cornell Urology on their 20-year ASRM Service Milestone Award and to Dr. Philip S. Li on his 10-year ASRM Service Milestone Award. The ASRM Service Milestone awards are given annually to recognize and thank members who have dedicated hours of time and service to shape ASRM into the leading society for reproductive medicine.

Ultrasonographically Determined Size of Seminiferous Tubules Predicts Sperm Retrieval by Microdissection Testicular Sperm Extraction

Can the size of the testicular tubule reflect the best area of sperm production? Dr. Schlegel provides expert commentary on Practice Update, discussing the value of seminiferous tubules for predicting sperm retrieval: Read More

The Effect of Antioxidants on Male Factor Infertility

Can antioxidants improve male factor infertility? Dr. Schlegel was featured on Practice Update for expert commentary, discussing what research has suggested regarding the link between antioxidant intake and male infertility:

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