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Erectile dysfunction risk could be in the genes

It is likely that some cases of erectile dysfunction are caused in part by genetics. But until recently, no single gene had been specifically found for a genetic link with erectile dysfunction. Now researchers think they may have found a … Continue reading

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Men’s Health Week evaluation time!

Please now take a few minutes to reflect on our resources, from the ‘it’s healthy to talk’ theme through to the design and appeal of our imagery, we would love your feedback. Please complete our online survey, which only wakes … Continue reading

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MRI-Targeted or Standard Biopsy for Prostate-Cancer Diagnosis

The current standard of care for men suspected of prostate cancer is referral for a biopsy for definitive diagnosis. However, this approach can lead to over-treatment clinically insignificant cancers, burdening men with side-effects related to the cancer treatment and the … Continue reading

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Andrology Australia congratulates Professor David Handelsman, a recipient of the Officer (AO)

Andrology Australia congratulates Professor David Handelsman, a recipient of the Officer (AO) in the General Division of the Order of Australia in the 2018 Australia Day Honours. David was cited for his “distinguished service to medicine, particularly to reproductive endocrinology … Continue reading

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Step into spring with the The Healthy Male newsletter!

The Healthy Male, Spring issue Issue 64 of The Healthy Male newsletter is out now. Read about simple steps you can take to protect your fertility in the lead-up to Fertility Week 2017, plus a host of other features in … Continue reading

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What do men know about their fertility?

Male infertility is associated with impaired quality of life and poorer health status. However, few studies have focused on men’s knowledge of their own fertility. Studies of both men and women have found that men are comparatively less knowledgeable about … Continue reading

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