Testosterone Replacement

Testosterone deficiency is exceedingly less common than marketing campaigns and "you only think you feel fine" culture would have us believe - John-Manuel Andriote

Testosterone Replacement

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Earlier this year, scientists at the National Institutes of Health announced the latest results of the "T Trials." A $50 million project initiated in 2009, the T Trials are the largest-ever study of the effects of testosterone treatments on men—in this case almost 800 men aged 65 and over who started out with confirmed low testosterone levels.

This may sound like niche research. Yet testosterone treatments are a $2 billion market (and growing at a fair clip), consumed not just by those with clinically low "T" but also by average men sold on controversial advertising narratives that a boost of the hormone can improve their mood, sex drive, energy, and generally claw back against the…

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