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Dr. Gary Donovitz and BioTE recognized for development of safe and natural hormone replacement for men and women.

DALLAS, Feb. 6, 2014 /PRNewswire/ -- BioTE Medical has been presented the CISQUA Award by The Consumer Team for pioneering best practices in the field of natural hormone replacement for men and women.   Pete Thomson, founder/CEO of The Consumer Team, announced the award today.    The CISQUA Award recognizes exemplary corporate performance in areas of integrity, service, quality and accountability.  

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Dr. Gary Donovitz, founder and medical director of BioTE Medical, commented on the award.  He said, "We're honored to receive this recognition.   The Consumer Team has a reputation for being very selective regarding the companies that they endorse and we're thrilled to receive the CISQUA Award."  

Pete Thomson said the CISQUA Award presented to BioTE Medical reflects the contributions that the company has made in the field of natural testosterone replacement therapy.   Thomson added, "Hormone replacement and specifically testosterone therapy are hot topics for consumers right now.   We believe that BioTE Medical's all natural approach to hormone replacement is the safest and most effective way for both men and women to balance hormones.  Because of the significant issues that accompany the use of synthetic hormones, we believe that consumers need to understand how the natural approach used by BioTE Medical can be beneficial and very different than synthetic therapies." 

Thomson said that the marketplace is generally very confused about hormone replacement therapy, largely because of inaccurate media coverage.  He added, "The media understands half of the story which is that synthetic hormones, the ones you see advertised heavily on television, have a long list of negative side effects.   However, they haven't yet grasped the difference between synthetic and natural hormones."

Dr. Donovitz cited numerous research studies that support the use of natural testosterone replacement.  He added, "There are years of research and studies that support natural hormone replacement therapy.  In fact, we have multiple studies that show that bio-identical hormone replacement therapy is protective to the prostate, the heart, the brain and the breast.  The benefits to the patients, both men and women, allow for healthier lives as people age and they require fewer drugs for disease management."

Beyond the advantages of BioTE's natural approach to hormone therapy, Thomson cited their organization and network of medical practitioners as major assets.   He said, "BioTE Medical's commitment to on-going training is very impressive.   And, the quality of physicians who are utilizing the BioTE Method in their practice is outstanding."  

The growth of BioTE Medical has been steady and impressive.   According to BioTE Medical's COO, Dan DeNeui, the company has grown to over 500 certified practitioners in 26 states.  DeNeui said, "Our growth has been exciting.   People are experiencing better health.   Plus, our practitioners, many of whom have been frustrated by the limitations of managed care, are excited to be able to offer the great benefits of BioTE to their patients." 

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