The UNC Men’s Health Program:
Improving Men’s Health Through Research and Coordinated Clinical Care
The UNC Men’s Health Program aims to study and treat numerous health issues that impact men. The differences between men and women in health behaviors, preventative screening, and medical treatment have contributed to a widespread health crisis among men.
UNC’s Men’s Health Program is a comprehensive health program that brings together different teams of physicians, scientists, public health leaders, and medical specialists who are all dedicated to addressing the long-term health and well-being of men through coordinated clinical care, scientific research, and community outreach.
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The UNC Center for Male Erectile Dysfunction has expertise in all aspects of male erectile dysfunction diagnosis and its medical and surgical treatment.
Peyronie’s disease is an acquired inflammatory condition of the penis where a plaque develops under the skin of the penis leading to penile curvature, painful erections, and erectile dysfunction.
Hypogonadism can be associated with low serum testosterone levels and a variety of symptoms such as fatigue, decreased libido, weakness, and weight gain.