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NBC Evening News for Friday, Jun 20, 2014
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(Studio: Brian Williams) Report introduced.

(Studio: Nancy Snyderman) The FDA’s warning about the risk of life-threatening side effects, including deep vein thrombosis, from drugs used to treat Low T examined; ads shown; testosterone prescription figures cited; statement from Axiron maker Eli Lilly quoted. [Public Citizens Health Research Group Dr. Michael CAROME†- says the FDA has been reckless in not having stronger warnings.] [Cleveland Clinic chair of urology Dr. Edmund SABANEGH†- says he doesn’t want to settle on testosterone as the problem.] [Low T Center medical director Dr. Bill REILLY††- says the benefits outweigh the risks.]

Williams, Brian;
Snyderman, Nancy

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