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Low Testosterone Clinical Trials

A listing of Low Testosterone medical research trials actively recruiting patient volunteers. Search for closest city to find more detailed information on a research study in your area.

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Found (16) clinical trials

Testosterone Replacement Therapy for Assessment of Long-term Vascular Events and Efficacy ResponSE in Hypogonadal Men (TRAVERSE) Study

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A research study is evaluating the effects of a topical testosterone replacement therapy against placebo for men with low testosterone (hypogonadism) with a history or risk of heart disease or stroke.  

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Atoya Adams M.D. is testing new investigational medications for men with Low Testosterone. To qualify you must: Age 45-80 Have documented Cardiovascular Disease or risk factors Have symptoms of Low Testosterone (Depression, Hot flashes, Loss of body hair etc.) Not currently taking any treatments or surgery for Low Testosterone in ...

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Do you or someone you know suffer from decreased sexual desire, fatigue, and depressed moods? These may be symptoms of low testosterone (also known as hypogonadism), and you may be interested in a clinical research opportunity in the Miami area.  

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Testosterone Therapy in Men With Low Testosterone Levels and Metabolic Syndrome or Early Stages of Type 2 Diabetes

Background The metabolic syndrome constitutes a cluster of risk factors for cardiovascular disease with increased morbidity and mortality. In essence the metabolic syndrome is referred to as a concomitant occurrence of hypertension, hyperlipidemia, impaired glucose tolerance with insulin resistance and abdominal obesity. The presence of abdominal obesity seems to be ...

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Cardiovascular Outcomes of Low Testosterone

Cardiovascular (CV) aging, featuring large artery stiffening, endothelial dysfunction, and impaired left ventricular (LV) diastolic function, is a major risk factor for the development of cardiovascular diseases (CVD). Male aging is associated with a gradual and variable decline in serum testosterone (T) and low T is associated with accelerated CV ...

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