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Encouraging Calcium Absorption and Bone Formation During Early Puberty (External Link)
Rapid increases in bone mass occur during calcium absorption and bone calcium deposition during puberty, and these increases can enhance peak bone mass and ultimately decrease the lifetime risk of …
Baylor Role: Lead Sponsor
Completed
Long-term Lifestyle Change and Testosterone Replacement (External Link)
Background: There are studies on long-term testosterone replacement in older adults with hypogonadism showing benefits on body composition, sexual function and mood but not on testosterone replacement therapy in combination …
Baylor Role: Lead Sponsor
Completed
Research Study for Children With Salt Wasting Congenital Adrenal Hyperplasia (External Link)
The adrenal gland is a small organ of the body. It produces very important chemicals called hormones. One of these hormones, cortisol (the stress hormone) helps the body fight diseases. …
Baylor Role: Lead Sponsor
Completed
Phase II Randomized Study of Leuprolide Vs Oral Contraceptive Therapy Vs Leuprolide and Oral Contraceptive Therapy for Ovarian Hyperandrogenism (External Link)
PROTOCOL OUTLINE: This is a randomized study. Patients are randomly assigned to a 6-month course of leuprolide versus ethinyl estradiol/norethindrone (Ovcon 35) versus leuprolide plus Ovcon 35. Leuprolide is administered …
Baylor Role: Collaborator
Completed
Phase II Study of the Effect of Leuprolide Acetate and Spironolactone on Insulin Resistance in Hyperandrogenic Women With Polycystic Ovarian Disease or Hyperandrogenism Insulin Resistance Acanthosis Nigricans Syndrome (External Link)
PROTOCOL OUTLINE: Participants are treated with subcutaneous leuprolide acetate followed by oral spironolactone. Each treatment is administered daily for 6 weeks, with a 6-week washout between drugs. Patients and controls …
Baylor Role: Collaborator
Completed
Aromatase Inhibitors and Weight Loss in Severely Obese Hypogonadal Male Veterans (Pilot) (External Link)
After the age of 40, testosterone (T) production in men gradually decreases at a rate of 1.6% per year for total and to 2-3% per year for bioavailable T. Because …
Baylor Role: Lead Sponsor
Completed
Lifestyle Intervention and Testosterone Replacement in Obese Seniors (External Link)
Obesity is not only highly prevalent among Americans, but even more so among Veterans using VA medical facilities. Failure to assist Veterans in managing weight and sedentary lifestyle affects current …
Baylor Role: Collaborator
Completed
Prevalence of Hypogonadism in Male Cancer Patients (External Link)
Cancer and its complications are common problems. In most cases, this condition has a profound impact on survival and quality of life (QoL). Fatigue, sexual dysfunction, decreased sexual drive, depression …
Baylor Role: Lead Sponsor