“Loss of testosterone causes loss of libido, energy, strength, sexual function, memory, cognition, muscle and bone. Testosterone replacement, as far as quality of life is concerned, is tremendous.” Medical Crossfire 2001 Jan. Vol. 3 No.1: 17-18.
“Symptoms of low testosterone may occur due to decreased serum levels or reduce receptor site sensitivity. In spite of normal blood levels, patients will still feel and function better when testosterone is prescribed.” Medical Crossfire 2001 Jan; Vol. 3 No 1: 17-18.
“Testosterone replacement improves muscle mass and strength, libido, erectile function, bone density, memory, cognition, myocardial function. It is unconscionable for physicians not to treat men with testosterone.” Medical Crossfire 2001 Jan. Vol. 3 No 1: 47-50.
“Low testosterone levels are associated with an increased risk of diabetes, heart disease, and carotid atherosclerosis.” Diabetes Care 2003 June; Vol. 36, No.6: 20-30.
“Testosterone levels have nothing to do with causing prostate cancer.” Cancer 1999, July 15; 88(2): 312-5.
“None of the 12 longitudinal population based studies, such as the “Physician’s Health Study,” found any increased risk of prostate cancer in men with higher levels compared to men with lower levels of testosterone.” New England Journal of Medicine 2004; 350: 482-92.
“Low testosterone levels increase cardiovascular disease. High testosterone levels protect against cardiovascular disease.” Diabetes Metab 1995 Vol. 21: 156-161.
“Testosterone replacement in women significantly decreases carotid atherosclerosis and cardiovascular disease.” American Journal of Epidemiology 2002; 155: 437-445.
“Administration of testosterone to women eliminates hot flashes, lethargy, depression, incontinence, fibrocystic disease, migraine headaches, and poor libido. Testosterone also improves well-being, sexual desire, frequency and intensity of orgasm.” Consultant, 1999 August 2006-07.
“Higher testosterone levels increase cognition and memory.” Neurology 2005 Mar. 8: 64-5: 866-71.
“Testosterone decreases cholesterol and raises HDL.” Artherosclerosis 1996 Mar; 121(1): 35-43.
“Low testosterone levels are associated with higher cardiovascular risk. Testosterone supplementation reduces abdominal fat and improves insulin sensitivity. Testosterone lowers cholesterol also.” Diabetes Metab 2004 Feb; 30(1): 29-34.
“Hormone replacement therapy in post-menopausal women and testosterone replacement in men reduce the degree of central obesity.” Obesity Review 2004 Nov; 5(4): 197-216.
“High doses of synthetic, anabolic steroids cause side effects. No such side effects have been observed using low doses of natural testosterone. Avoidance of supraphysiologic levels prevents any side effects.” Female Patient 2004 Nov; Vol. 29: 40-45.
“Testosterone increases low bone density in women. Testosterone protects against heart disease in women.” Journal of Reproductive Medicine 1999; 44(12): 1012-20.
“Low DHT (dihydrotesterone) predicted a higher rate of cancer. Higher DHT levels were associated with a lower risk of cancer.” Brit J. Urol 1990 Mar; 77(3) 443-37.