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Understanding, not chicanery helps impotence treatments

...show without the rolling wagon," said Dr. Lewis, chief of urology at the Medical College of Georgia. The victims of...is probably psychological, said Dr. Ronald Lewis, chief of urology at the Medical College of Georgia. And as men age...

http://chronicle.augusta.com/stories/1997/06/12/ent_209755.shtml
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Doctor looks for solutions for sexual dysfunction

...a position to help lead the way. Dr. Lewis, the chief of urology at Medical College of Georgia, has been involved with...in Rochester, Minn.; Medical College of Georgia, Chief of Urology and Witherington Distinguished Chair in Urology; professor...

http://chronicle.augusta.com/stories/2009/06/22/met_528425.shtml
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MCG seeks premature-ejaculation treatment

...reluctant to talk to their doctors about premature ejaculation, also called rapid ejaculation, said Ronald Lewis, the chief of urology at MCG. In a 2001 survey conducted in primary care clinics in Germany, two out of three men considered premature...

http://chronicle.augusta.com/stories/2002/10/17/tec_358960.shtml
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Doctors move up Thurmond surgery

...transurethral incision of the prostate, is "a very innocuous procedure" and relatively low-risk, said Ronald Lewis, chief of urology at Medical College of Georgia. It's meant to correct a "collar-like" growth of tissue at the neck of the bladder...

http://chronicle.augusta.com/stories/1999/08/24/met_268518.shtml
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Study faults medical schools

...which was directly marketed through ads and prompted an enormous demand for prescriptions, said Dr. Lewis, the chief of urology at the Medical College of Georgia. "Then you've got a group of physicians who squirm when the issue is broached...

http://chronicle.augusta.com/stories/2003/02/14/met_375638.shtml
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Female libido is topic of research

...away there's this group of people that says, 'OK, we want to find the female pill,'" said Ronald Lewis, the chief of urology at the Medical College of Georgia and one of the researchers who helped test Viagra. "The truth is, we don't...

http://chronicle.augusta.com/stories/2005/02/20/liv_443807.shtml
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Study links hard arteries to sexual dysfunction

...function, "this is actually a better way of putting the two together by objective testing." said Ronald Lewis, the chief of urology at MCG. It would make sense that the same forces working to deteriorate artery function would affect erectile tissue...

http://chronicle.augusta.com/stories/2004/05/20/met_416165.shtml
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Cholesterol drug cuts risk of recurrence in prostate cancer

...statin might be counteracting those kinds of biochemical changes that obesity creates, said Martha K. Terris, the chief of urology at the Augusta VA and a professor of urology at Medical College of Georgia. "You would expect to see similar results...

http://chronicle.augusta.com/stories/2009/04/26/met_521727.shtml
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Making Whoopie

...Research continues on refining it, and there is even some suggestion it could help women, said Ronald Lewis, chief of urology at Medical College of Georgia, who has studied Viagra. "There has been some suggestion -- and I think we should...

http://chronicle.augusta.com/stories/1999/02/11/ent_252971.shtml
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Site uses golf to inform men of prostate testing

...conclusion. "There is some role there but Stamey, I think, kind of went off on the deep end," said Ronald Lewis, the chief of urology at Medical College of Georgia. "I think this is why the AUA kind of put this site together to try to say, OK...

http://chronicle.augusta.com/stories/2007/04/06/met_123397.shtml
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