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Under a title that may be misleading because it implies that other volumes may be forthcoming, this book is a very concise history of the development of the knowledge of the androgens. Physiological, clinical, and chemical aspects are covered very completely. It is a magnificent review. It may be too extensive, and only those specializing in androgen problems may be interested. Antiandrogens, musculature, tumors, and interrelations with other endocrine products are well covered. This book is of particular interest to those involved in research in physiology as well as clinical aspects of the androgens. (JOSEPH C. TOUCHSTONE, PH.D., University of
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Androgene I.. Ann Intern Med. 1974;81:282. doi: 10.7326/0003-4819-81-2-282_2
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