Regulation of testicular steroidogenesis

Edward David Kim, MD, FACS  Professor of Surgery, Division of Urology, University of Tennessee Graduate School of Medicine; Consulting Staff, University of Tennessee Medical Center

Edward David Kim, MD, FACS is a member of the following medical societies: American College of Surgeons , American Society for Reproductive Medicine , American Society of Andrology , American Urological Association , Sexual Medicine Society of North America , Tennessee Medical Association

Disclosure: Serve(d) as a speaker or a member of a speakers bureau for: Endo.

An article on Jan 10. about legal action against DuPont for chemical pollution referred incorrectly to DuPont’s response in the 1970s when the company discovered high concentrations of PFOA in the blood of workers at Washington Works, a DuPont factory. DuPont withheld the information from the ., not from its workers. The article also misstated the year DuPont agreed to a $ million settlement with the . It was 2005, not 2006. In addition, the article misidentified the water district where a resident received a letter from the district noting that PFOA had been detected in the drinking water. It was Lubeck, . — not Little Hocking, Ohio. The article also misidentified the district where water tested positive for PFOA at seven times the limit. It was Little Hocking, not Lubeck. And the article misidentified the city in Washington State that has fluorochemicals in its drink-ing water. It is Issaquah, not Seattle.

Regulation of testicular steroidogenesis

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