Abraham Morgentaler is an associate clinical professor of surgery at Harvard Medical School, a prominent urologist at Beth Israel Deaconess Medical Center in Boston, and the founder and director of Men’s Health Boston, a center focusing on male sexual and reproductive health.
Dr. Morgentaler is the author of three best-selling books: The Male Body, The Viagra Myth, and Testosterone For Life.
Based on 30 years of research, Testosterone for Life (McGraw-Hill, 2008) is the first consumer book about low testosterone (hypogonadism) by a preeminent authority in the field, and it explains every aspect of this common medical condition and its treatment. Dr. Morgentaler is also the author of the popular books, The Viagra Myth (Jossey-Bass/Wiley, 2003), and The Male Body (Simon and Schuster 1993).
Dr. Morgentaler lectures to physicians, nationally and internationally, on the latest research regarding the diagnosis and treatment of hypogonadism, sexual dysfunction, male infertility and prostate disorders, as well as on vasectomy and microsurgical vasectomy reversal. His work has appeared in the following medical journals: New England Journal of Medicine, The Lancet, Journal of the American Medical Association, Fertility and Sterility, Journal of Sexual Medicine, Journal of Urology and European Urology.
Dr. Morgentaler is a regular contributor to television and radio shows addressing male issues, and has appeared on “ABC News Now,” “CBS Evening News,” “NBC Nightly News,” “CNN with Anderson Cooper” and NPR’s “The Connection.” His opinions about men’s medical issues of the day are regularly sought after by such prominent magazines as “Men’s Health,” “Newsweek” and “US News and World Report,” and he is a featured blogger on PsychologyToday.com and Boomer-Living.com. In addition, Dr. Morgentaler’s work with testosterone in men has been featured in The New Yorker and the New York Times.
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