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Old 10-06-2012, 01:01 PM   #16
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Originally Posted by Lil123 View Post
I think this claim merits some scrutiny. Testosterone replacement therapy has been in use for 60 years. And remember, the goal of legitimate TRT is to return a persons t-level to the normal range (300 -1080 ng/dl), it is not to raise the levels beyond this range for the purposes of improving athletic performance. Clinical trials have validated the safety and efficacy of supplemental testosterone. I don't believe the same can be said of ANY anabolic steroid.
No doubt that testosterone has had better clinical trials, but this has primarily been for political reasons. Anabolic steroids have been demonized because of the athletic advantage they confer, not health effects.

Many anabolic steroids have been designed to avoid the negative effects of Test. It would be good to study whether or not this was successful.
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