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Testosterone Replacement Therapy Appears Safe for Prostate

receiving testosterone supplementation have been reported. When TRT is prescribed, careful monitoring for prostate disease is considered mandatory. But there is little information regarding the effects of TRT on prostate tissue in men.

Dr. Marks and colleagues conducted a randomized controlled trial to assess the effects of TRT on prostate tissue of 44 men, age 44 to 78 years, with low serum testosterone levels. The study was conducted between February 2003 and November 2004. Participants were randomly assigned to receive by injection 150 mg of replacement testosterone or matching placebo every 2 weeks for 6 months. Of the 44 men randomized, 40 had prostate biopsies performed both at baseline and at the end of the study and were included in the final analysis (TRT, n = 21; placebo, n = 19).

Testosterone replacement therapy increased serum testosterone levels to the mid-normal range with no significant change in serum testosterone levels in matched, placebo-treated men. In prostate tissue, TRT increased median (midpoint) androgen (male sex hormone) concentrations only slightly compared with baseline levels or between the 2 groups. No treatment-related change was observed in prostate histology, tissue biomarkers, gene expression, or cancer incidence or severity. Treatment-related changes in prostate volume, serum prostate-specific antigen, voiding symptoms, and urinary flow were slight.

"… under the conditions herein, including the biopsy to detect cancer performed pretreatment, a degree of prostate safety is defined for men undergoing TRT," the authors write. "The prostate risks to men undergoing TRT may not be as great as once believed, especially if the results of the pretreatment biopsy are negative. However, establishment of prostate safety for large populations of older men undergoing longer duration of TRT requires further study," the researchers conclude.

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