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High levels of free and bioavailable testosterone are associated with a significantly decreased risk of ED in younger men.
Imaging was associated with a lower risk of positive surgical margins in men with cT1 prostate tumors, but not in other subgroups.
It is cost-effective, potentially saving $21.3 billion over 20 years by preventing 1.1 million cardiovascular events, researchers say.
Levels of at least 550 but less than 650 pg/mL are associated with a 26% increased mortality risk vs. levels below 400 pg/mL.
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