Prolonged, repeated physical and psychological elements accelerate the loss of a hormone so vital to the body’s wellbeing.
Our team of journalists behind The Edge spent months interviewing dozens of sources, doctors, and military spokespeople. Hundreds of Hone clients who are vets were surveyed.
Our special investigation shows our service men’s true battle for health and longevity begins when they return from deployment.
This special report explores the surprising correlation between low T and veterans, and exposes the shocking challenges three U.S. veterans faced trying to get treatment.
We highlight the cracks in an overwhelmed system failing the vets.
We break down how vets are shouted down, questioned, or flat-out ignored when a low T diagnosis is sought.
Hone is committed to helping veterans
In a survey of our veteran members, 20 percent saw a doctor four to six times about their low testosterone symptoms before joining Hone. More than 40 percent weren’t correctly diagnosed for over two years.
Doctors who treat veterans need to get up to speed about testosterone therapy. Instead of only treating symptoms like erectile dysfunction with medications, physicians should take a more holistic approach which includes hormonal health.
Hone has already helped thousands of active duty service members and veterans manage their hormone imbalances. How can we help you?
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