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The Resource Testosterone dreams : rejuvenation, aphrodisia, doping, John Hoberman, (electronic resource)

Testosterone dreams : rejuvenation, aphrodisia, doping, John Hoberman, (electronic resource)

Label
Testosterone dreams : rejuvenation, aphrodisia, doping
Title
Testosterone dreams
Title remainder
rejuvenation, aphrodisia, doping
Statement of responsibility
John Hoberman
Creator
Subject
Language
eng
Cataloging source
DNLM
http://library.link/vocab/creatorDate
1944-
http://library.link/vocab/creatorName
Hoberman, John M.
NLM call number
  • 2005 D-735
  • WJ 875
NLM item number
H682t 2005
http://library.link/vocab/subjectName
  • Hormone Replacement Therapy
  • Testosterone
  • Biomedical Enhancement
  • Rejuvenation
  • Aphrodisiacs
  • Doping in Sports
Label
Testosterone dreams : rejuvenation, aphrodisia, doping, John Hoberman, (electronic resource)
Instantiates
Publication
Bibliography note
Includes bibliographical references (p. 287-358) and index
Contents
  • Hormone therapy and the new medical paradigm enhancements -- The aphrodisiac that failed: why testosterone did not become a mass sex therapy -- The mainstreaming of testosterone -- "Outlaw" biomedical innovations: hormone therapy and beyond -- Hormone therapy for athletes: doping as social transgression -- "Let them take drugs": public responses to doping -- A war against drugs? The politics of hormone doping in sport
  • Hormone therapy and the new medical paradigm enhancements -- The aphrodisiac that failed: why testosterone did not become a mass sex therapy -- The mainstreaming of testosterone -- "Outlaw" biomedical innovations: hormone therapy and beyond -- Hormone therapy for athletes: doping as social transgression -- "Let them take drugs": public responses to doping -- A war against drugs? The politics of hormone doping in sport
  • Pharmacology and our human future -- Hormone therapy and the new medical paradigm enhancements : where are the limits? -- Testosterone as therapy and myth -- "Psychic steroids" : Prozac as a performance-enhancing drug -- Back to the future : the sex hormone market from organotherapy to "andro" -- The aphrodisiac that failed : why testosterone did not become a mass sex therapy -- What they did to women : the origins of sex therapy -- Sex before kinsey : what doctors and patients did not know -- Hormones and the state : sex and marital stability -- Patriarchal sex therapy : curing "frigidity" with hormones -- Reorienting male desire : curing homosexuals with sex hormones -- Aphrodisia for the masses? -- The secret life of testosterone therapy -- The mainstreaming of testosterone -- Celebrating testosterone -- Hormone therapy and the discovery of sexual deficiency -- Preserving the feminine essence : estrogen and menopause -- Does the male menopause exist? -- "Outlaw" biomedical innovations : hormone therapy and beyond -- Hormone therapy and cosmetic procedures : the new medical ethos -- Offshore entrepreneurial medicine : from embryos to cloning -- Medical populism and outlaw medicine : fertility techniques and medical marijuana -- Hormone therapists and hormone evangelists -- Hormone therapy for athletes : doping as social transgression -- Introduction -- Doping before steroids : clean amateurs and doped professionals -- The sports physician as hormone therapist -- The entrepreneurial physician -- Medical ethics -- The doctor-athlete relationship -- The patient as athlete, the athlete as patient -- Public responses to doping -- A war against drugs? -- The politics of hormone doping in sport -- International doping control before reform -- Sportive nationalism and doping -- International doping control after reform -- A war on drugs? -- Athletes and the doping of everyday life -- Athletic doping and the human future -- Epilogue, testosterone as a way of life
Control code
OCM1bookssj0000257444
Dimensions
unknown
Isbn
9780520221512
Isbn Type
(cloth : alk. paper)
Lccn
2003022824
Specific material designation
remote
System control number
(WaSeSS)bookssj0000257444
Label
Testosterone dreams : rejuvenation, aphrodisia, doping, John Hoberman, (electronic resource)
Publication
Bibliography note
Includes bibliographical references (p. 287-358) and index
Contents
  • Hormone therapy and the new medical paradigm enhancements -- The aphrodisiac that failed: why testosterone did not become a mass sex therapy -- The mainstreaming of testosterone -- "Outlaw" biomedical innovations: hormone therapy and beyond -- Hormone therapy for athletes: doping as social transgression -- "Let them take drugs": public responses to doping -- A war against drugs? The politics of hormone doping in sport
  • Hormone therapy and the new medical paradigm enhancements -- The aphrodisiac that failed: why testosterone did not become a mass sex therapy -- The mainstreaming of testosterone -- "Outlaw" biomedical innovations: hormone therapy and beyond -- Hormone therapy for athletes: doping as social transgression -- "Let them take drugs": public responses to doping -- A war against drugs? The politics of hormone doping in sport
  • Pharmacology and our human future -- Hormone therapy and the new medical paradigm enhancements : where are the limits? -- Testosterone as therapy and myth -- "Psychic steroids" : Prozac as a performance-enhancing drug -- Back to the future : the sex hormone market from organotherapy to "andro" -- The aphrodisiac that failed : why testosterone did not become a mass sex therapy -- What they did to women : the origins of sex therapy -- Sex before kinsey : what doctors and patients did not know -- Hormones and the state : sex and marital stability -- Patriarchal sex therapy : curing "frigidity" with hormones -- Reorienting male desire : curing homosexuals with sex hormones -- Aphrodisia for the masses? -- The secret life of testosterone therapy -- The mainstreaming of testosterone -- Celebrating testosterone -- Hormone therapy and the discovery of sexual deficiency -- Preserving the feminine essence : estrogen and menopause -- Does the male menopause exist? -- "Outlaw" biomedical innovations : hormone therapy and beyond -- Hormone therapy and cosmetic procedures : the new medical ethos -- Offshore entrepreneurial medicine : from embryos to cloning -- Medical populism and outlaw medicine : fertility techniques and medical marijuana -- Hormone therapists and hormone evangelists -- Hormone therapy for athletes : doping as social transgression -- Introduction -- Doping before steroids : clean amateurs and doped professionals -- The sports physician as hormone therapist -- The entrepreneurial physician -- Medical ethics -- The doctor-athlete relationship -- The patient as athlete, the athlete as patient -- Public responses to doping -- A war against drugs? -- The politics of hormone doping in sport -- International doping control before reform -- Sportive nationalism and doping -- International doping control after reform -- A war on drugs? -- Athletes and the doping of everyday life -- Athletic doping and the human future -- Epilogue, testosterone as a way of life
Control code
OCM1bookssj0000257444
Dimensions
unknown
Isbn
9780520221512
Isbn Type
(cloth : alk. paper)
Lccn
2003022824
Specific material designation
remote
System control number
(WaSeSS)bookssj0000257444

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