We are doctors, pharmacists, and problem solvers. Some of us are bald, some of us have ED. We could lose a few, but we’re working on it. We also noticed something. Men’s health, and more precisely the relationship men have with their health, is broken: how we diagnose it, how we talk about it, how we feel about it, how we communicate it, how we suffer with it, how we ignore it, and how we deal with it.
So we’re fixing things. Because, as society has proclaimed, men like fixing things.