Male infertility is associated with impaired quality of life and poorer health status. However, few studies have focused on men’s knowledge of their own fertility. Studies of both men and women have found that men are comparatively less knowledgeable about … Continue reading
A new study co-authored by Director of Andrology Australia, Professor Rob McLachlan, takes us one step closer to male hormonal contraception. Men have been limited in the role they can play in birth control due to the lack of effective … Continue reading
Research has demonstrated a lower awareness of the risk factors for colorectal cancer among men than women and that they are less likely to seek medical attention for symptoms. A delay in diagnosis can be due to a combination of … Continue reading
Semen analysis is limited in its power to predict whether a man is fertile and often fails to find abnormalities in the semen of infertile men. It may be hypothesised that specific unrecognised molecular defects may be causing the problem. … Continue reading
As men’s life expectancy increases, a larger number are living to very old age and an increasing proportion live alone, having survived their partner. Older men who live alone may have greater health needs and poorer health behaviours than those … Continue reading
Andrology Australia will host a stakeholder Forum on 3-4 March 2016 in Canberra, to explore contemporary issues affecting the health of young men and their wellbeing.
Prostate cancer care has changed in recent years out of concern for over-diagnosis and over-treatment. However, many patients continue to undergo some form of curative treatment, and there is a perception among clinicians that more aggressive treatments are being favoured. … Continue reading
The Prostate Cancer Foundation of Australia and Cancer Council Australia along with input from an expert advisory panel, which included Andrology Australia’s Director Prof Rob McLachlan, have developed national evidence-based clinical practice guidelines on PSA testing and early management of … Continue reading
A free symposium “Improving Men’s Health – Research Horizons in Andrology” is being held at Monash Medical Centre, Clayton on Saturday 28 November, from 8.30am to 5.30pm. The 2015 Monash University-Justus Liebig University International Research Training Group Men’s Health Symposium … Continue reading
An overview of the topics covered at Andrology Australia's recent Forum 'Health for the Modern Man', held in Launceston.