Demonstrating continued excellence in the field, The Men's Clinic at UCLA and the UCLA Department of Urology along with its varied Centers of Excellence, is often the subject of stories in newspapers, magazines, and journals. The Department also frequently issues news releases to keep the community informed on the latest developments in urology, men’s health, the treatments available at UCLA, and various milestones within the Department. We include here a collection of recent stories, and an archive of older articles, for your further information.
Best in the West and No. 3 in the Nation - UCLA Urology ranks as one of the top four in the nation by U.S. News & World Report for the 25th consecutive year. To be included on the Best Hospitals Honor Roll, a medical center must be ranked very high in at least six of the 16 specialties. Article on health.usnews.com > | Story on uclahealth.org >
Mar 09, 2017
Dr. Jesse Mills -- Buzzfeed on March 9 and the U.K’s Daily Mail on March 6 published stories about three friends – each married with two children – who underwent vasectomies together at UCLA as a gift to their wives. Dr. Jesse Mills, clinical professor of urology and director of The Men’s Clinic at UCLA, performed the procedures and is quoted. Additional Coverage: Refinery29; Mar. 10 on Redbook; Mar. 12 on KCNC-TV in Denver; Mar. 13 on Yahoo!, Babyology, Daily Toast, and WJXT-TV in Jacksonville; Mar. 14 on KGTV-TV in San Diego; Mar. 15 on Inside Edition and WPVI-TV in Philadelphia; Mar. 16 on WDIV-TV in Detroit; March 21 on WGN-TV in Chicago; Mar. 19 in Healthline; and Mar. 23 in Fox News Health and Connect.uclahealth.org >
Mar 08, 2017
Dr. Jesse Mills -- Dr. Jesse Mills, clinical professor of urology and director of The Men’s Clinic at UCLA, commented March 8 in Kansas City Star and March 7 in the U.K’s Daily Mail about the popularity of men getting vasectomies around the time of college basketball tournament season.
Dec 23, 2016
Dr. Jesse Mills -- Dr. Jesse Mills, Director of The Men’s Clinic at UCLA, explains, “Vasectomy is a much less invasive procedure than surgical options for women. From prep time to clean up it takes less than half an hour, and the recovery time is very short. Women either have to stay on hormonal birth control or go through tubal ligation which is more invasive than vasectomy.”
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