There has been debate over the potential impact of the new coronavirus on male fertility. Photo: EPA-EFE

Coronavirus may damage testicles without entering cells, study finds

  • Analysis of patient samples from Wuhan shows virus caused ‘ballooning changes’ and damage to cells that produce sperm
  • Researchers believe this could have been the result of the virus binding to an enzyme on the cell surface
Topic |   Coronavirus pandemic
There has been debate over the potential impact of the new coronavirus on male fertility. Photo: EPA-EFE
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