Center for Clinical Epidemiology and Biostatistics

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In the News

February 2017

The latest Testosterone Trial results, published in JAMA and JAMA Internal Medicine, include findings on cognition, bone health, heart health and anemia. Susan Ellenberg, PhD, commented that the treatment is not likely to be a magic bullet for patients, but that it may lead to improvements for them in some areas—bone density, in particular.

February 2017

The Testosterone Trials’ latest results, published in JAMA and JAMA Internal Medicine, show that testosterone treatment for men over age 65 who have low levels of the hormone offers some benefits and not others. Co-author Susan Ellenberg, PhD, commented, “I don’t think anybody would interpret these results as saying, ‘Wow, this is a fountain of youth.”

February 2017

The Philadelphia Inquirer chronicles the research of Daniel Rader, MD, and Danish Saleheen, MD, into the role that cholesterol and triglycerides play in human biology—and how that in turn applies to clinical cardiology.

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