Topic List : Urology
Male infertility linked to mortality in study
Michael Eisenberg Men who are infertile because of defects in their semen appear to be at increased risk of dying sooner than men with normal semen, according to a study led by a researcher at the Stanford University School of Medicine.
Male birth defect is weakly linked to pesticide exposure, Stanford-led study finds
Suzan Carmichael A study of several hundred chemicals used in commercial pesticides has found only weak evidence that any of them are associated with an increased risk of a common birth defect in male infants.
Men with low sperm production face increased cancer risk, study finds
Michael Eisenberg Men who are diagnosed as azoospermic — infertile because of an absence of sperm in their ejaculate — are more prone to developing cancer than the general population, a study led by a Stanford University School of Medicine urologist has found.