- Sep 15, 2011
Sorry for solely guiding you with search terms-I just don't have the time to post research like I used to in UG (I'm hulksmash). You take the helm.I agree completely. Thank you for the excellent and highly relevant paper. Hopefully, there'll be an explosion in research and trials into these applications. These drugs (AAS; synthetic androgens) have clear benefits for medicine but are still largely relegated to use in third world nations for conditions like hereditary angioedema, inoperable malignant breast cancer (as an absolute last resort), anemia, etc.
Did you find some neat (or scary) research with Focal segmental glomerulosclerosis initiated by AAS? I hope ya did!
Too bad we can't have our cake and eat it, too. I've learned that nature will always ensure costs come with benefits, especially in physiology.