Features February 2015 Issue

Testosterone Therapy May Pose Heart Attack, Stroke Risks

Testosterone Therapy May Pose Heart Attack, Stroke Risks

Dr. Steven Nissen cautions men to think twice about this increasingly common treatment, and discuss the risks and benefits with their doctors.

Testosterone therapy is an increasingly popular option for men to improve everything from muscle mass and libido to concentration and energy level. The anti-aging promises of testosterone therapy have triggered the growth of clinics across the U.S., catering especially to men seeking renewed vitality.

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