Anthony Bazzan: Treating Low Testosterone Moving from Out of the Bedroom and Into the Clinic

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In the past patients with low testosterone may not have wanted to admit that they need help from their medical professionals.

In the past patients with low testosterone may not have wanted to admit that they need help from their medical professionals.

Since the early 1900's the life expectancy of people has grown considerably according to Anthony J. Bazzan, from Thomas Jefferson University Hospital, which has changed many aspects of patient care. Bazzan said treating low levels of testosterone is nothing new, but that there have been great advancements in the field to help this patient population in a variety of ways.

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