Testosterone therapy for men is controversial, but some new research suggests physicians might want to re-evaluate increasing the levels of testosterone in men with lower levels. Sexual dysfunction is one of the more apparent symptoms of low testosterone, but what are the other non-sexual symptoms of low "T" physicians should be aware of? What are the parameters for determining appropriate testosterone levels in our male patients? Isn't there an increased risk of developing prostate cancer among men undergoing testosterone therapy? Tune in to hear Dr. Abraham Morgentaler, associate clinical professor of surgery (urology) at Harvard Medical School and author of the book Testosterone for Life, weigh in on these and other questions surrounding testosterone therapy. Hosted by Dr. Maurice Pickard.