Testosterone Replacement Therapy
A clinical trial evaluating long term use of testosterone replacement therapy in men with or at risk for cardiovascular disease.
A new study for testosterone replacement therapy in men
Testosterone is a hormone that helps maintain bone density, muscle strength, facial and body hair, sex drive, and more. Levels generally peak during adolescence and early adulthood and as you get older, gradually declines. Men can experience symptoms of lower testosterone levels as they age. Testosterone replacement therapy can help to reduce and improve these symptoms.
Symptoms of low T can include:
- reduced sexual desire
- sleep disturbances
- decreased energy
- decreased mood or self-confidence
- difficulty concentrating
- increased body fat
- reduced muscle bulk and strength
If you have symptoms of low T and also have a history of heart disease, you may be able to take part in a study evaluating long term use of testosterone replacement therapy in men either with or at risk for cardiovascular or cerebrovascular disease.
IPS Research is seeking participants with symptoms of low testosterone to take part in a study evaluating long term use of testosterone replacement therapy in men either with or at risk for cardiovascular or cerebrovascular disease.
Qualified participants must be:
- Be 45 to 80 years of age
- Have symptoms of low T
- Have history or risk factors of cardiovascular or cerebrovascular disease
- ex: heart attack, heart surgeries, stroke, TIA, etc.
Qualified participants may receive:
- Study-related care and study drug at no cost
- Compensation for time and travel