EMA, like FDA, says testosterone-raising drugs are not for lifestyle use

Eric Palmer

The European Medicines Agency has thrown more cold water on sales of testosterone-raising meds as a party drug for aging men. The agency said today that the evidence is inconsistent about the cardio risks of the , but they should only be reserved to treat men whose level is low because of a medical condition.

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