A new study raises questions about the link between testosterone replacement therapy and heart attacks. Researchers at the University of Texas, Medical Branch at Galveston, studied more than 25,000 men, all Medicare beneficiaries older than 65 who were treated with testosterone injections for up to eight years. These men were compared to about 19,000 men of the same age who did not use testosterone treatments. Researchers found that testosterone users were not at greater risk of having a heart attack compared to nonusers of testosterone therapy. Researchers did not track strokes, blood clots, dementia or death. The results contradict several ... Read More
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