A panel talks about the controversial notion of "andropause," the variable decrease in testosterone levels that some men experience with advancing age, and the risks and benefits of testosterone replacement therapy.

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  • Dr. Abraham Morgentaler director of Men's Health Boston and associate clinical professor at Harvard Medical School
  • Dr. Stanley Slater deputy associate director for geriatrics and clinical gerontology at the National Institute on Aging

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