Testosterone treatment is not associated with increased risk of prostate cancer or worsening of lower urinary tract symptoms: prostate health outcomes in the Registry of Hypogonadism in Men

Frans M J Debruyne, Hermann M. Behre, Claus G. Roehrborn, Mario Maggi, Frederick C W Wu, Fritz H. Schröder, Thomas Hugh Jones, Hartmut Porst, Geoffrey Hackett, Olivia A. Wheaton, Antonio Martin-Morales, Eric Meuleman, Glenn R. Cunningham, Hozefa A. Divan, Raymond C. Rosen, G. Dohle, S. Arver, A. Lenzi, P. Stroberg, M. MaggioN. Cruz, G. Balercia, A. Yassin, C. Reisman, L. Bassa, E. Pescatori, J. I. Martinez Salamanca, J. Romero Otero, F. Jockenhoevel, The RHYME Investigators

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