Testosterone marketing frenzy draws skepticism – Sun, 09 Sep 2012 PST

Written by Dr. Michael White, Published on September 10th, 2012
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September 9, 2012 in Health

Matthew Perrone Associated Press

Eli Lilly & Co. photo

This photo provided by Eli Lilly & Co. shows the drug Axiron. Axiron, an underarm gel that rolls on like deodorant, is one drug used by men struggling with symptoms of growing older associated with low testosterone such as poor sex drive, weight gain and fatigue. Its one of a growing number of prescription gels, patches and injections aimed at boosting levels of the male hormone that begins to decline in men after about age 40. Drugmakers and some doctors claim testosterone therapy can reverse signs of aging _ even though the safety and effectiveness of such treatments isunclear. (Full-size photo)

WASHINGTON (AP) Are you falling asleep afterdinner?

Do you have a decrease inlibido?

Have you noticed a recent deterioration in your ability to playsports?

It could beLow-T.

Welcome to the latest big marketing push by U.S. drug companies. In this case, its a web page for Abbott Laboratories Androgel, a billion-dollar selling testosterone gel used by millions of American men struggling with the symptoms of growing older that are associated with low testosterone, such as poor sex drive, weight gain andfatigue.

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