Testosterone therapy associated with vastly lower rate of heart attack and stroke

Testosterone Therapy Is Not Associated with Increased Cardiovascular Risk in Study Registry. I can’t copy and paste, so you’ll have to go read it there, but T therapy was associated with an 8 times lower rate of heart attack and 18 times lower rate of stroke. This contradicts the recent study showing increased heart attack rates.

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johnnyJ says July 31, 2014

> T therapy was associated with an 8 times lower rate of heart attack and 18 times lower rate of stroke.
Who were the subjects? General population or a specific group of e.g. old people?

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Mangan says August 1, 2014

Authors state that population not directly comparable, but they saw a very much lower rate of CVD.

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J says August 2, 2014

Strange.

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Jason Roberts says August 3, 2014

While watching In Harm’s Way on an OTA movie channel, I saw a commercial from a law firm looking for men over 65 who had T therapy. The firm’s commercial said those men had higher risk of heart attack.

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