Testosterone Replacement in Diabetes and the Metabolic Syndrome

June 2011
Critical Care Alert;Jun2011 Clinical Briefs in Primary, p12
The article discusses a study by Jones and colleagues, which revealed that testosterone (TST) replacement produces favorable metabolic effects in hypogonadal men with metabolic syndrome (MBS) and type 2 diabetes (DM2).


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