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Male Infertility: Environmental Causes and the Need for Prevention
Society often views fertility as a women’s issue despite the fact that 50% of infertility cases result from the male partner’s condition. Male infertility is complex and can occur because of environmental, lifestyle, endocrine (hormonal), or physical problems. Environmental factors may include exposure to hazardous chemicals in the workplace, home or community.
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