A topic healthfully debated in the upcoming book is the assumed war on masculinity.
If you read this recent article in the Washington Post, there is no honest way to say something isn’t going on.
The FDA’s recent action changing the official prescribing information for doctors may help reduce inappropriate prescriptions for “low T” related to aging — and that’s a good thing. But it’s not enough. The agency needs to flex its regulatory muscle and eliminate any so-called “disease-awareness” campaigns that promote drugs for off-label uses. Otherwise, how much of a dent can the FDA’s action really make when millions of men have been told that aging is optional?
That was the summation of the article.
So according to these writers (Steven Woloshin and Lisa M Schwartz) it is unethical and wrong for men to use Testosterone to combat the symptoms of aging?
That’s really funny.
Where are the same complaints when a woman wants to become a man?
I think the comments to that same article on a Facebook page I contribute to say it best:
It is a shame the legal and clinical usage of Testosterone (TRT) continues to be demonized by various members of the popular media.
Thankfully my book is slowly but surely putting an end to the misinformation.
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