I agree with Peak T's statement. Their finding of higher doses of Testosterone were documented.
Considering the length of the test, and the number of subjects involved. Twenty some odd years later what is the results of time and the number of Patients who have used various amounts of testosterone??
We all know about the people who have developed a host of serious problems caused by over indulgence. Liver problems, Cancer, and a lot of other problems. Polycythemia is another serious concern. As late as 2015 the American Society of Endocrinology posted results showing that TRT can cause Heart Attacks and Strokes.
You can Google any findings you want to see good or bad. It's all out there if you look. Referring to Isaac Newton is like comparing Apples to Oranges.
Hundreds of years ago Blood Letting was an accepted practice. Do we slice our wrists today??
Taking Hormones according to Studies done is not like a Chinese menu. You don't take one from Column A and two from Column B. You have to look at the whole picture. Your referring to a Study that is clearly outdated.
I would feel a lot more confident reading a Study done a lot more recently. That's my only point here.
"I've been on TRT for 10years. I'm 100% for it. I've also kept current in reading everything I can get my hands on. In the beginning it was an uphill battle to get my Doctor to catch up with the latest treatment options. In 10 years just doing 100mg a week I have seen a complete metamorphosis of my Body. Today I have minimum Body Fat, and a lot of muscle. My waist is still 32", the same as when I was 18. At 18 I weighed 165 lbs. Today I am 205 pounds, totally solid. After years of doing a million sit ups and never having a six pack. 10 years of testosterone have given me a six pack as well".