Testosterone Therapy

Further studies needed about risks of testosterone therapy

A report from CBS News suggests further studies are needed to assess the risks of testosterone therapy.

Testosterone therapy, also called androgen replacement therapy, was approved by the Food and Drug Administration as a way for men to improve health. However, there is little data on its long-term effects. Previous studies indicate that testosterone therapy is associated with an increased risk of heart attack, stroke, and death.

According to CBS News, the American Medical Association Journal published a ...

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Testosterone Supplement Risks Found in New Study

A recently published study in the Journal of the American Medical Association found that men who take testosterone supplements are putting themselves in danger for potentially deadly side effects. The study found that testosterone supplement risks include increased risk of death, heart attack, and stroke. testosterone supplements are widely used by men to treat low testosterone levels in the body. These supplements include products such as AndroGel and Axiron.

An ABC News report on the study showed ...

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Testosterone Therapy Linked with Heart Attack, Stroke Risk

Recent reports have raised concerns that Testosterone therapy is associated with an increased risk of heart attack,  stroke, and death.

Testosterone therapy (also called androgen replacement therapy) is a growing field in pharmaceutical sales. Medications for testosterone therapy primarily take the form of pills, injections, and patches or gels that are absorbed through the skin. It is sold under brand names like AndroGel, Axiron, Fortesta, Striant, and Testim.

Testosterone Therapy Health Risks

A study published in the November ...

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