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Episode 92: Bupropion for sex and surgery for MS

In episode 92, we do a final session with our two family physician friends and colleagues, Mike K and Tina K. We start off with Tina discussing some satisfying evidence for the use of bupropion in women with low sexual desire which causes sexually related personal distress. In the second part Mike K in a slightly less satisfying way  looks at the recent evidence surrounding vascular surgery for a treatment of multiple sclerosis. To conclude this 3-part series we all stop talking, to the satisfaction of all our listeners.

Show notes

1) Bupropion for sex

BJU Int 2010 Feb 11. [Epub ahead of print]

2) Surgery for multiple sclerosis

J Neurol Sci 2009;282:21–7

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