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The No-Scalpel Vasectomy: Podcast Episode 3

Matt Coward, MD, urologist and assistant professor in the UNC School of Medicine doesn’t use a scalpel–or any needles–when he performs vasectomies.

For couples and individual men who don’t want kids (or any more kids), the no-needle, no-scalpel vasectomy is a popular option.

But why? How effective is this seemingly simple procedure?

How permanent is it? How long does it take? How does it work?

Find out in this episode of the UNC Health Talk Podcast.