Just goes to show that a study on any subject can be manipulated to have a predetermined result.
Yes, but here is my two cents:
I have a very cautious and "old school" urologist. He had never even heard of Morgentaler. This was a little over a year ago when the anti-HRT study had just come out. He said, "I don't believe that study. I have been giving testosterone for over five years and I've never had a case."
So I think he thought they were nuts. In my article I list some examples of guys that have to be ultra careful and consult with their docs:
a) men with clotting disorders
b) men with hypertension
c) men whose hematocrit/hemoglobin rises too high
So, sure, some men might have some exposure. But my old clinic was raising guys testosterone generally three times their old baseline. We should have all been dropping like flies if testosterone was really an issue.
Of course, there may be certain protocols or delivery systems that have issues for some guys. But the flip side is that it is also risky to be low testosterone. Staying low T increases your risk for diabetes, Metabolic Syndrome, hardening of the arteries, depression, erectile dysfunction which is the subject of my book:http://www.peaktestosterone.com/Low_Testosterone_By_The_Numbers
Anyway, time will tell, eh?