Dispelling the Recent False Testosterone News
Two recent studies have been released to the public claiming to have scientific proof of dangers related to testosterone treatment. After careful analysis of the studies, Dr. Mark E. Richards has found that these studies contain misinformation and improper statistical manipulation to mislead the public. One of these improper studies was published in the Journal of the American Medical Association (JAMA) with results suggesting a higher risk of myocardial infarction (MI), stroke, and death were related to testosterone therapy in men. However, Dr. Richards (along with many worldwide experts in testosterone science) noted that the statistical information provided in the study actually negates the study’s proposed conclusion – according to the data, the men in the study who did not receive testosterone therapy treatments actually had a higher risk of heart attack and death than the group of men who had received testosterone treatments. A second study published in an online magazine, compared men with low testosterone to men taking Viagra – which speaks for itself as a bizarre and unscientific analysis.
Please read the letters below that include: Dr. Richards correspondence with the FDA and Dr. Morgentaler’s letter to JAMA demanding retraction of their article, signed by dozens of worldwide experts.