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Steven Lamm, MD

Steven Lamm, MD, known to millions as the doctor on ABC-TV's The View, is a practicing internist and faculty member at New York University School of Medicine. A graduate of Columbia University and New York University School of Medicine, he is active in clinical research and in great demand as a lecturer. In addition, he is a  panel physician for the New York State Athletic Commission. Lamm regularly offers his analyses and comments on a wide variety of health- and medical-related topics on television and radio, including Oprah and Lifetime Today.

He has written, with Gerald Secor Couzens, several books, including The Virility Solution, Younger at Last, and the best seller Thinner at Last. Their latest collaboration is The Hardness Factor: How to Achieve Your Best Health and Sexual Fitness at Any Age.

Lamm lives in New York City with his wife and five children.

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