Their rallying cry has been “Don’t fear the finger.”
Advocates of prostate health continue to promote the dreaded, but necessary, prostate exam.
The doctors at Urology of Central PA want men to be as diligent with that test as women generally are about breast cancer exams. More
By Dr. Frank D’Amico
The pill. The patch. The sponge. The ring. The tube-tying.
Most contraceptive choices revolve around women. This approach to pregnancy prevention is reflected in a recent Harris poll, in which nearly three out of four women said men cannot be counted on to choose a birth control method. Men agreed in almost equal numbers.
But while male birth control drugs are still a prescription for the future, men do have a surgical option to prevent pregnancy. Proponents laud vasectomies as affordable, painless and 99.9 percent effective. More