Will You Be an ISSM Prize Winner?
Gender-Affirming Hormone Therapy Could Raise Cardiovascular Risk
Every two years the ISSM hands out a number of prestigious prizes to recognize and celebrate dedication and innovation in sexual medicine. The prizes will be handed out during the WMSM 2021 virtual meeting.
Four ISSM prizes will be awarded:
The prestigious ISSM Zorgniotti-Newman Prize of USD 2500 will be awarded to the best paper (both basic and clinical research projects) on erectile dysfunction.
The Female Sexual Dysfunction prize of USD 2500 goes to the best paper in Women’s Sexual Health.
The ISSM Emil Tanagho Prize* of USD 2500 will be awarded to the best innovative research presented during the World Meeting on Sexual Medicine.
NEW! The ISSM Mental Health Prize of USD 2500 will be awarded to the best paper on psychology/behavioral health.
Will you be among these distinguished prize winners?
In order to participate for the ISSM Zorgniotti-Newman Prize, the Female Sexual Dysfunction Prize and the ISSM Mental Health Prize, we invite you to submit your full paper to email@example.com before July 15, 2021.
*The Emil Tanagho Prize will be based on the abstracts (submitted via the regular abstract system) and not on a full paper.
The rules of publication of the Journal of Sexual Medicine (JSM) apply to your submission and it should be accompanied by an authorization letter for publication.
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Help Patients Find Your Practice!
Gender-affirming hormonal treatment (GAHT) appears to be associated with increased cardiovascular risk in transgender men.
In a recent Journal of Sexual Medicine study, researchers assessed lipid profiles, anthropometric measurements, blood pressure, and Framingham 30-year cardiovascular disease scores for 309 transgender people undergoing GAHT.
These measurements were taken at baseline and checked again 12 months later and 24 months later.
The research team discovered "unfavorable lipid changes" that could be linked to poor cardiovascular health in transgender men.
Transgender women were not at higher risk, the authors noted.
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