In the March edition of Men’s Health Monthly … Neil Scott and co-host , Dr. Tom Walsh, director of the UW’s Men’s Health Center, present some great clips from past shows, including part of an interview with Dr. John Gore. M.D., one of the world’s foremost authorities on prostate cancer survivorship; Nancy Balin from the Family Jewels Foundation, sharing the story of her son’s death from testicular cancer and what her foundation is doing to create greater awareness; and we’ll take a deep dive into erectile dysfunction with Dr. Walsh.
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Men’s Health Monthly airs on the last Tuesday of each month at 8PM on SportsRadio 950 KJR, and on the last Sunday of the month, at 6:30AM on 102.5, KZOK
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.
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This month’s topic: Prostate Cancer – A Survivor’s Story