Older patients with diabetes and coronary artery disease who underwent testosterone replacement therapy following coronary angiography were at greater risk of myocardial infarction and all-cause mortality compared with those who did not have the treatment, researchers reported at the American Heart Association meeting. The study was based on 3,375 veterans, including 461 treated with testosterone.
Testosterone ups MI, death risk in older diabetes, CAD patients
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