Testosterone and Its Connection to Depression

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Many male patients with low to moderate levels of testosterone are being diagnosed with depression more often these days. The question then for healthcare professionals becomes how best to treat them.

Many male patients with low to moderate levels of testosterone are being diagnosed with depression more often these days. The question then for healthcare professionals becomes how best to treat them.

Michael Irwig, MD, from George Washington University discussed some of the diagnosis and treatment options at The Endocrine Society's 97th Annual Meeting and Expo in San Diego.

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