Peter Snyder, MD, launches Testosterone Replacement Therapy Trial


December 21, 2009

The Wall Street Journal

Men with low testosterone tend to be tired and grumpy, with less energy, less strength and less interest in sex than they used to have. They also have a high risk of memory problems, obesity (especially belly fat), high blood pressure, high cholesterol and cardiovascular disease.

Many of those problems also go hand in hand with aging. And in many men, testosterone decreases gradually with age... Read More

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