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Is Testosterone Therapy in Men Harmful?

After a recent article on testosterone use was published in the Journal of the American Medical Association (JAMA), there has been an opportunity for law firms to capitalize on the suggested correlation between testosterone use and increased heart attack risk. However, the observational study behind the article suggesting such correlation has received significant criticism on the basis of flawed study…

A Critical Review of the PLOS Study

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BHRT Mini-Review Series from Dr. Rouzier

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Neal Rouzier responds to the JAMA article about Men and Testosterone

NEAL ROUZIER, M.D.

JAMA 2013;310(17):1829-1836

On the first day the JAMA article was released I received 500 emails from physicians and patients requesting my opinion of the article that demonstrated an increase in heart attacks and strokes in men treated with testosterone. Today is the second day and I’m afraid to turn on the computer. First of all this was…

The Science of Nutritional Medicine

 
ALAN GABY, M.D.

Helping patients successfully modify their dietary habits is often highly effective for preventing and treating a wide variety of illnesses and symptoms, especially when paired with appropriate supplements and other natural substances. This basic yet intricate knowledge is supported by scientific research and clinical experience that is reinforced by new studies every year. As described in Nutritional Medicine

What to Expect at the Part II Course in September

Dear Part I Attendees,
WorldLink Medical has worked with me to rebuild the 2013 courses by replacing old articles with new content and updated articles, and placing them all on PowerPoint slides to make the overhead slides a thing of the past. In fact, those of you who attended the last Part I course in Salt Lake City have already experienced…

Estrogen and Breast Cancer

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My Synopsis of Part II, Next Weekend

Dear Part I Attendees,
During the last Part I course in Salt Lake City, Utah, I taught from a wheelchair in a snowstorm. For those of you who attended this conference, the content, format, and articles for my PowerPoint presentation were completely new and different from my past Part I course. Since then, Nancy Gardner and Dana Burnett from WorldLink Medical,…