Testosterone Replacement in Men at High Cardiovascular Risk

Landmark study answers the question, "Is it safe?"


Direct-to-consumer advertisements for “low‑T” clinics are cropping up with increasing frequency. These ads target men suffering from problems ranging from general fatigue to poor performance in the bedroom and suggest that testosterone replacement therapy (TRT) will solve these problems. So it’s no surprise that a growing number of men are turning to TRT in hopes of solving these issues.

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