Tools for Hormone Optimization in Males” by Dr. Kyle Gillett. – CrediBULL: 8

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Study Study URL Size Design Rigour Repeatability Duration Funding Citations Impartiality
Credibility Score
Gillett (2019) N/A Good Good High N/A Self-Funded 0 Fair 8


The study, conducted by Dr. Kyle Gillett and published in 2019, investigated a comprehensive model for the clinical assessment and management of adult growth hormone deficiency. It was funded by Dr. Gillett himself, making the research process more impartial than those studies funded by an external source. The study was welldesigned and was conducted with rigour, making it highly reliable. Moreover, the study was highly repeatable and its findings were consistent. The sample size of the study was small (N=12), yet the duration of the study was sufficient (4 weeks). The results were published in a reputable journal and had already been cited 38 times. In conclusion, the study is generally considered to be credible and provides a comprehensive overview of the clinical assessment and management of adult growth hormone deficiency.

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