New Jersey resident Patrick Miller was 54 when he started using Axiron, a testosterone replacement product used to treat men who have low levels of the hormone in their blood. A month later, on Oct. 3, 2012, he had a heart attack. Thirteen months later, the Journal of the American Medical Association (JAMA) published a study that found men who used testosterone treatments have a 30 percent increased risk of having a heart attack, stroke or dying. And, in January 2014, the journal PLOS One found a two-fold increased risk of heart attack among older men in the first 90 days ... Read More
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