Did You Know Men's Health Issues like ED Could be a Sign of Something More Serious?
You have probably heard that, on average, men die about five years earlier than women, but do you know why? According to Northwestern Medicine® urologist Christopher M. Gonzalez, MD, MBA, FACS, men die earlier due to issues like cardiovascular disease and cancer, which can be treated more effectively if they are caught early, adding years onto men's lives. Part of the reason early treatment for these conditions doesn’t occur is that men typically don’t visit the doctor as much as women.
Want to learn more about men’s health issues? Join us for our free Men’s Health Seminar on Tuesday, Sept. 16, 2014. Northwestern Medicine doctors will cover a variety of men’s health topics including ED, prostate health and low testosterone.
To register, please email Sarah Baggs or 312.926.7975. Spouses and partners are welcome to attend.