Oct 6, 2011
With regard to testosterone and Egrifta, I think you should mention (ever time it comes up)that they put you at greater risk for prostate cancer. I wish I knew . . .
| Response from Mr. Vergel
Testosterone or Egrifta does not cause prostate cancer, but they are contraindicated for someone with prostate cancer since it could make it worse. You may want to read this article I wrote: Ensuring Prostate HealthNo Link Found Between Androgen Levels and Risk for Prostate Cancer Read more from this MESO-Rx article at: http://www.mesomorphosis.com/articles/vergel/testosterone-replacement-therapy.htm#ixzz1ZyMUg4is
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