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Xyosted - A Testosterone Auto-Injector for Hypogonadism
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The FDA has approved an auto-injector formulation of testosterone enanthate (Xyosted – Antares Pharma) for once-weekly subcutaneous self-administration in adult males with conditions associated with a deficiency or absence of endogenous testosterone. It is the first subcutaneous formulation of testosterone to be approved by the FDA. Xyosted is contraindicated for treatment of low testosterone levels associated with aging. ... more
     
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