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anabolic studies

joshbarnett

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looking for definitive research on anabolics and their benefits/uses etc. preferably from sources such as journal of medicine etc. thanks for your help
 

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Do a search on the "American Journal of Endocrinology" . I can't remember the exact name of the publication, but that should be a start. Also look into the New England Journal of Medicine.

Clinics that offer HRT usually like to quote studies in their adds. Just do a little research and you'll come up with all kinds of info.....L8TR
 

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Look for studies and reviews of Shalender Bhasin (or just S. Bhasin - muscle mass, psychological, insulin sensitivity, atherosclerosis, etc. ) and a guy name Tenover (test as HRT for andropause). Just type in testosterone and the last name as the keywords.

For recent studies, use the science citation index, which is like a reverse medline of sorts: you put in a citation, e.g., one of Bhasin's studies and it lists the studies which have cited it. Kind of like the find more studies like this link you'll find at www.pubmed.com (nih site to medline.)

-Randy
 

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