The relevance of increased cancer risk in infertile men

Capsule:
Reflections on “Increased risk of cancer among azoospermic men” by Eisenberg et al.

Author:
Peter N. Schlegel, M.D.

Volume 100, Issue 3, Pages 651, September 2013

Abstract:

Reflections on “Increased risk of cancer among azoospermic men” by Eisenberg et al.

  • Carlos Balmori

    I totally agree with your thoughts.

    Male infertility in any degree indicates a male pathology.
    The qualified specialist for study is the urologist. Any deficiencies in the
    assessment and subsequent treatment of the male may have serious implications
    for the patient’s life, as well as legal implications. Moreover it is necessary
    that the urologist is sufficiently trained and acquainted with assisted
    reproductive techniques.

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