Category Archives: testosterone

Medical Tribunals: revenge, ignorance and failing the public

Today, the ‘Australian Doctor’ reported on the sanction of a GP who may or may not have performed substandard medicine. I cannot judge that but I can comment on the tribunal’s attitude to the use of testosterone supplementation. Here is part of the their findings: ‘Although the tribunal described the doctor as an “intelligent, passionate man who cares deeply about his patients”, it said his “narrow view” of medicine caused him to interpret symptoms, signs and pathology reports in a way that was out of…

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Male Hormone Restoration

Reprinted from Life Extension Magazine The significance of testosterone for male sexual function is apparent to most Life Extension members. New insights, however, underscore the critical role testosterone plays in maintaining youthful neurological structure, alleviating depression, as well as inducing fat loss in those who are unable to reduce body weight regardless of diet and exercise. Recent studies have demonstrated that low testosterone in men is strongly associated with metabolic syndrome, type 2 diabetes, cardiovascular disease (Miner and Seftel 2007), and an almost 50% increase…

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