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Secret Society / Boomers and Testosterone† #1030853

ABC Evening News for Wednesday, Sep 19, 2012
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(Studio: Diane Sawyer) The doubling of prescriptions for testosterone† noted.

(San Luis Obispo, California: Neal Karlinsky) The baby boomer receptivity to testosterone† treatments as a fountain of youth examined; scenes shown of one older's guy young-looking physique; details given about possible medical side effects. [57-year-old CEO Chris RUNNING - says our generation is trying to stay young; states he will never not do this.] [Wife Rebecca RUNNING†- reacts.] [Youth Renewal Center Dr. Karron POWER†- talks about testosterone† levels.] [Cleveland Clinic's Dr. Edmund SABANEGH†- worries about the lack of guidance on testosterone levels.]

Sawyer, Diane;
Karlinsky, Neal

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