Mark Molitch from Northwestern Medicine: Looking for New Ways to Treat Low Testosterone

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With the population living longer low testosterone is becoming a growing problem in the population with no definitive answer on how to address it.

With the population living longer low testosterone is becoming a growing problem in the population with no definitive answer on how to address it.

Mark Molitch, MD, from Northwestern Medicine discussed the results of the Testosterone Trial which looked at not only the risks associated with low testosterone, but also potential risks of the various treatment options available for the condition.

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