Men's Health Monthly

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This monthly show will take an in-depth look at Men’s Health issues, including erectile dysfunction, sexual health issues, diabetes, and mental health. You are encouraged to direct your questions to Dr. Walsh at the email and/or phone number listed below. Your identity will remain confidential if you wish to remain anonymous. This subject matter is important to understand but is often avoided because it is difficult, embarrassing or awkward to talk about. This show hopes to change that and to give Men (and their wives, girlfriends, partners and loved ones) a forum to find out more about these issues. You are not alone out there. Please tune into the show!

Hosted by Neil Scott and featuring Tom Walsh, MD, MS, board certified urologist at the Men's Health Center at UW Medical Center Roosevelt and a UW associate professor of Urology.

Show airs on 102.5 KZOK the last Sunday of each month at 6:30am and on 950 KJR the last Tuesday of each month at 8pm.

Thomas J. Walsh, MD, MS is a University of Washington Professor and Vice Chair of Urology, Founding Director of The UW Men’s Health Center, Medical Director of the UW Male Fertility Laboratory, and Program Director for the University of Washington Andrology Fellowship. He leads robust clinical and research programs that emphasizes male sexual health, infertility, epidemiology and health services. Walsh is a tremendous advocate for Men’s Health, continually working to elevate the role of urology in the reproductive health enterprise.

Neil Scott has spent the last 10 years as an update anchor on SportsRadio 950 KJR and covers the Seahawks, Mariners and Huskies for various national radio networks. He is also the producer and host of ‘RECOVERY - Coast to Coast’, which features addiction treatment professionals, authors, news-makers and celebrities in recovery. The program airs nightly on South Sound Talk 850. His interviews with current and former major league baseball players who are in recovery from addiction are permanently archived in the Baseball Hall of Fame in Cooperstown, NY.

Questions? Email Dr. Walsh at:

Or call Dr. Walsh at: 206-598-0937

This month’s topic: Prostate Cancer – A Survivor’s Story

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