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Is Testosterone Therapy in Men Harmful?

Is Testosterone Therapy in Men Harmful?: A Critical Review of a Recent Observational Study and Media Attention on Testosterone and Heart Attack Risk

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 designs and serious analysis errors. Dr. Neal Rouzier, BHRT pioneer and expert, has written a critical review of the study’s resulting article from JAMA and television advertisements for various law firms.

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  • Dr Lawrence Komer Reply

    Dr Rouzier, as usual, presents the scientific facts clearly and objectively. He continues to be a leader in the field of hormone replacement therapy. Physicians and patients need continuous education concerning hormones to combat the myths that are common in society and in the press and in the misrepresentations of lawyers.

    July 25, 2014 at 1:01 pm
  • Carol Petersen Reply

    It is beyond belief that a medical journal would publish an article like this in the first place. All ethics seem to be gone. Thanks, Dr. Rouzier for pointing out a solid basis of long years of research contradicting this very flawed observational study. That anyone gives this study credibility is an indicator of the amount of brain washing we have endured.

    July 30, 2014 at 3:50 pm

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