Dr. Chung Discusses Men's Sexual Health Issues at a Barbershop Talk

Many people may find openly discussing one's sexual health issues to be challening and embarassing. Dr. Paul H. Chung, MD teamed up with JeffPEERS (People Empowered, Educated and Ready to Support) at Jefferson Hospital to provide a welcoming and supportive atmosphere to encourage men to take charge of their overall health and ask questions about their sexual health. Topics included erectile function, urinary issues, low testosterone and prostate cancer. Look out for postings for the next Barbershop Talk!

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Paul H. Chung, MD Paul H. Chung, MD is Assistant Professor of Urology and Director of Reconstructive Urology at the Sidney Kimmel Medical College of Thomas Jefferson University, Philadelphia, PA

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