Olsson, Carl A.
May 2007
AUANews;May2007, Vol. 12 Issue 5, p20
Academic Journal
The article discusses research being done on the prevalence and risk factors for erectile dysfunction (ED) in the U.S. It references a study from Johns Hopkins University, published in the 2007 issue of the "American Journal of Medicine." The research found that the overall prevalence of ED in men 20 years old or older in the U.S. was 18.4 percent. It is stated that the research is an important source of statistics for urologists.


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