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ARTICLE OF THE WEEK
Prostate cancer and testosterone replacement therapy: what is the risk?
The use of testosterone replacement therapy is increasing in men with hypogonadal symptoms. In this article the authors discuss the evidence that supports the careful use of testosterone replacement in men with successfully treated prostate cancer. Read more