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Low Levels of Testosterone may Increase the Risk of Death in Older Men

roup, analyzing the data from the RB study, including the new data being acquired at this final visit, will continue to contribute to our knowledge about healthy aging for years to come."

Barrett-Connor added, "We must note that this would not be possible without the remarkable contributions of our loyal participants. They are really very special people."


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