Men who use testosterone replacement therapies have a “substantial” risk of having a heart attack, says Francisco Lopez-Jimenez, a Mayo Clinic researcher involved in a new study published in the journal PLOS One. The report is one of a series of new studies looking into the long-term effects of testosterone therapy, a treatment that has increased dramatically in popularity in recent years. The study involving 56,000 men found that older men using testosterone supplements were twice as likely to have a heart attack, and younger men with heart disease were nearly three times as likely to have heart problems. “That’s the ... Read More
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