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Past Informational Lectures
Dr. James Rosoff gave a talk for the community titled "Movember - Men's Wellness" at Greenwich Hospital. Three medical experts discussed men's issues, including testosterone, deficiency, erectile dysfunction and male infertility.
Dr. David Hesse gave a talk titled "Everything Men Want to Know About Male Urology But Are Afraid to Ask”
at Yale-New Haven Hospital, Saint Raphael Campus. Dr. Hesse discussed prostate cancer as well as erectile dysfunction, testicular abnormalities, and urinary incontinence.
Dr. Stanton Honig gave a lecture titled “Erectile Dysfunction: What to do when the pills don't work!” at Yale-New Haven Hospital, Old Saybrook Medical Center.
Dr. Thomas Martin gave a community talk titled "Advances in Prostate Cancer Diagnosis and Care” at the Hamden Professional Building. This talk was about how sophisticated digital imaging and tools in today's advanced technology help physicians diagnose prostate problems to create the best treatment plans.
Dr. James Rosoff, Dr. Franklin Loria, and Dr. Richard Becker gave a three-part lecture titled “Men's Wellness” at Greenwich Hospital. They discussed infertility, low-T, and sexual dysfunction as well as cardiac health and a fitness plan for healthy maintenance
Dr. Charles Walker gave a lecture "Dispelling Myths: Your Prostate and Your Health” at Yale-New Haven Hospital. This educational health lecture asked if your frequency, urgency and weak stream is a potential sign of prostate cancer or BPH (benign prostatic hyperplasia)?
Dr. Matthew Wosnitzer's talk “Below the Belt: Keeping it Healthy” at Bridgeport Hospital discussed how low testosterone and erectile dysfunction are not just "older men's" issues. In this talk, Dr. Wosnitzer talked about "Low-T," ED, infertility, and testicular abnormalities as well as how behaviors impact overall health.
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