Centre for Men’s Health study in the press

In July 2015, the Journal of the Aging Male published a study carried out primarily by doctors from the Centre for Men's Health, involving more than 2000 patients from the Centre over 26 years. The study was carried out by Professor Malcolm Carruthers, Dr Mark Feneley and  Paul Cathcart of University College Hospital.

The research gained significant attention within the press and media. Here is a summary of some of the coverage about the study so far:

4th August 2015

Daily Mail

It's not Viagra he needs...it's testosterone
by Chloe Lambert

30th July 2015

The Telegraph

Is the 'manopause' more widespread than we thought?
by Jonathan Wells

Daily Mail

Could testosterone HRT help treat the male menopause: Therapy should be provided as men also suffer hot flushes and low libido once they pass 50 
by Tom Payne

The Independent 

Male menopause is real, claims controversial new study
by Ian Johnston

Huffington Post

The Male Menopause: Study Shows it Could Be A Widespread Issue Plaguing Men Over 50
by Natasha Hinde

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