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Pros and cons of testosterone therapy
For some years now, testosterone therapy has been used successfully in many countries to treat men with abnormally low testosterone levels, a condition called male hypogonadism. More recently, healthy, ageing men have taken the hormone to boost waning testosterone levels. But not all scientists are excited about this.
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