altVirtual Event For June 17, 11AM EDT. New JAMA study answers whether COVID-19 vaccines can impact male fertility

Ranjith Ramasamy, M.D., reproductive fertility expert at urologist from the University of Miami Health System, will discuss the findings of him and his team's latest study published in the Journal of the American Medical Association (JAMA) that finally answers whether COVID-19 vaccines have any impact on male fertility.

Dr. Ramasamy and his team have also recently published studies that found the COVID-19 virus can live in penile tissue for up to 7 months post infection and cause erectile dysfunction (See Newswise release here); as well as in the testicles, which has implications for fertilty and potential sexual transmission (See Newswise release here).

Join us for an in-depth discussion on these latest findings that address vaccine hesitancy and more.

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Ranjith Ramasamy, M.D., Urologist at the University of Miami Health System; Associate Professor and Director of the University of Miami Miller School of Medicine's Reproductive Urology Program

When: Thursday, June 17, 11AM-12PM EDT (new time due to JAMA publication)

Where: Newswise Live Zoom Room

A video recording and a transcript of the panel will also be provided to those that register for attendance. Members of the media are welcome to use any clips or quotes from the session, and to reach out to the panelists for further interviews and follow-up questions.  Even if you can't make this event, we recommend you register to attend in order to get the video and transcript.

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