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Sexual Function and Fertility in Men After Cancer

Sexual Function and Fertility in Men After Cancer
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Given the multitude of concerns a male patient with cancer must deal with, sexual dysfunction and infertility are two such concerns that often gets...
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    Given the multitude of concerns a male patient with cancer must deal with, sexual dysfunction and infertility are two such concerns that often gets bypassed by clinicians addressing more "priority" issues. What kinds of challenges do these patients deal with, and how can physicians better assess and manage them? Joining Dr. Freedman to discuss sexual health and fertility in male cancer survivors is Dr. Puneet Masson, Director of the Male Infertility Program and Assistant Professor of Urology at Penn Medicine.  

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