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Splint Offers Early Traction to Peyronie’s Disease Patients

Aug 04, 2020

Scientists have developed a splint that provides early traction therapy immediately after Peyronie’s disease surgery.

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Sex Health Information is “Important” to Most Head and Neck Cancer Survivors

Jul 26, 2020

How can healthcare providers better serve their head and neck cancer patients who have sexual concerns?

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Exercise Could be Good for Testosterone Levels

Jul 19, 2020

Scientists may have found a link between the amount of exercise a man gets and his testosterone levels.

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Collagen Fleece Helpful for Certain Penile Surgeries

Jul 14, 2020

Collagen fleece, when used as a graft material during penile surgery, might reduce the likelihood of residual curvature in men with both Peyronie’s disease and erectile dysfunction (ED).

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Communication About Sex is Key for Cancer Survivors and their Oncology Team

Jul 06, 2020

A recent Journal of Sexual Medicine study investigated what survivors of gynecologic cancer and breast cancer thought of their experiences getting sex health information from their healthcare team.

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Severe ED Linked to Higher Cardiovascular Risk

Jun 28, 2020

Men with severe erectile dysfunction (ED) are more likely to develop cardiovascular disease or high blood pressure in ten years than men with milder cases, according to a new study.

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Many Cervical Cancer Survivors Aren’t Sexually Active After Treatment

Jun 22, 2020

Years after treatment, almost 40% of cervical cancer survivors are not sexually active, a new Journal of Sexual Medicine study suggests.

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CT Scans Aid in Peyronie’s Disease Assessment

Jun 16, 2020

CT scans (“cat scans”) might tell urologists more about a man’s Peyronie’s disease, according to new research in the Journal of Sexual Medicine.

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SMSNA Statement on Police Brutality and Racism

Jun 08, 2020

The Sexual Medicine Society of North America (SMSNA) is deeply saddened by the senseless and tragic deaths of George Floyd and others.

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Study Finds Potential New Clues for Assessing Sexual Health

Jun 07, 2020

Researchers have identified “a potential new biomarker” that could tell healthcare providers more about a patient’s sexual health.

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