Penn researcher, Peter Snyder, MD, investigates testosterone replacement therapy

December 10, 2009

The Daily Pennsylvanian

Testosterone, the male sex hormone, could restore vigor and vitality to aging men — or it could do nothing at all.

Scientists at Penn, the National Institute on Aging and Savoy Pharmaceuticals will run a year-long study to test the benefits of testosterone hormone replacement therapy for men with low testosterone caused by aging, according to Peter Snyder, professor at Penn’s School of Medicine and the study’s lead investigator... Read More

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