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  1. The Nuts and Bolts of Anti-Aging Medicine: How to Prescribe Bioidentical Hormones, Anti-Aging Therapeutics Volume X, Rothenberg, Ron M.D., American Academy of Anti-Aging Medicine, 2007
  2. The Official Anti-Aging Revolution, Ronald Klatz, MD and Robert Goldman, MD, Basic Health Pub, 2007.
  3. The LifeExtension Revolution: The New Science of Growing Older Without Aging, Phillip Lee Miller, MD, Bantam Trade, 2005.
  4. The Hormone Solution: Stay Younger Longer with Natural Hormone and Nutrition Therapies, Hertogue, Thierry, MD, Three Rivers Press 2002

Scientific Articles

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  2. Araujo AB, Handelsman DJ, McKinlay JB. Total testosterone as a predictor of mortality in men: results from the Massachusetts Male Aging Study. In: Proceedings of the Endocrine Society’s 87th Annual Meeting; June 4-7, 2005; San Diego, Calif. Abstract P1-561.
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  15. Zitzmann M, Nieschlag E. Hormone substitution in male hypogonadism. Mol Cell Endocrinol. 2000;161:73-88. Review.