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Monday 17, Jan 2011

  Kidney patients on dialysis can benefit from steroids

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Kidney patients on dialysis can benefit from steroidsUsing anabolic steroids can considerably increase lean body mass and reduce fatigue in kidney disease patients receiving dialysis, according to a new study.

The results of this study were published in an issue of the Journal of the American Medical Association (JAMA).

The study team of University of California San Francisco researchers was led by Kirsten L. Johansen, M.D., UCSF assistant professor of medicine, epidemiology & biostatistics.

Wednesday 05, Jan 2011

  Anabolic steroids demonstrate efficacy for treating dialysis patients

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Anabolic steroids demonstrate efficacy for treating dialysis patientsAccording to a study team of University of California San Francisco researchers led by Kirsten L. Johansen, M.D., UCSF assistant professor of medicine, epidemiology & biostatistics, anabolic steroids could prove useful for dialysis patients.

The study suggested that use of anabolic steroids can improve lean body mass and minimize fatigue to considerable extents in kidney disease patients receiving dialysis.

The results of this study were published in an issue of the Journal of the American Medical Association (JAMA).

Sunday 29, Aug 2010

  Dialysis patients may find relief with anabolic steroids

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Dialysis patients may find relief with anabolic steroidsA new study has indicated that the use of anabolic steroids could increase lean body mass and reduce fatigue to a significant extent in kidney disease patients receiving dialysis.

The study team of University of California San Francisco researchers was led by Kirsten L. Johansen, M.D., UCSF assistant professor of medicine, epidemiology & biostatistics.

The results of this study were published in an issue of the Journal of the American Medical Association (JAMA).

Thursday 08, Jul 2010

  Low testosterone levels associated with diabetes, heart disease, and fractures

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Low testosterone levels associated with diabetes, heart disease, and fracturesLow level of testosterone is a cause of concern for approximately 15 million men in the United States alone. The worrying fact is that a big majority of this population remains undiagnosed and untreated.

Dr. Ronald Tamler, the director of the Men’s Health Program at Mount Sinai Medical Center, said that testosterone has a significant influence on sexual desire and testosterone is effective against osteoporosis and helps in preserving lean body mass.

Tamler remarked that men with low testosterone levels are prone to higher risk of diabetes, heart disease, and early mortality.