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Biote to be Listed on Nasdaq through a Business Combination with Haymaker Acquisition Corp. III

BioTE Holdings, LLC, (Biote), a high-growth, differentiated medical practice-building business within the hormone optimization space (“Biote”), and Haymaker Acquisition Corp. III (Nasdaq: HYAC) (“Haymaker”), a special purpose acquisition company, today announced that they have entered into a definitive business combination agreement. Upon closing, the combined company’s Class A common stock is expected to be traded on the Nasdaq Stock Market (“Nasdaq”) under the symbol “BTMD.”

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Biote CEO Terry Weber Breaks Down Barriers in Women’s Health

Women are often described as the most influential, yet neglected, consumers of healthcare. In this article for PharmaVoice. Terry Weber talks about the challenges in educating investors about women’s healthcare issues. Read to find out more about how women’s health companies must educate not only investors, but also physicians and even women themselves.

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Biote Announces Participation in ICR Conference 2022

Biote’s management team will participate virtually in the ICR Conference 2021.

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Breast Cancer Study by Dr. Gary Donovitz Featured in NurseZone Blog

Study results showing that women who took testosterone via hormone pellets as part of bioidentical hormone replacement therapy (BHRT) had a 35.5% lower incidence of invasive breast cancer were cited in a recent NurseZone article. Read the article, “9 Advances in Breast Cancer Treatment,” to learn more about several recent, critical advances in this area.

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Biote Recognized as 50-Fastest-Growing Women-Owned/Led Companies of 2021

Biote has been recognized as one of the 50 Fastest Women-Owned/Led Companies by The Woman Presidents’ Organization (WPO), in collaboration with JPMorgan Chase Commercial Banking, in their 14th annual ranking.

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Dr. Mark Cone & Dana Jacoby Elected to Biote’s Board of Directors

Biote announced the appointments of Dr. Mark Cone and Dana Jacoby to the company’s Board of Directors. Cone and Jacoby bring six decades of combined experience in healthcare practice and business leadership to the company’s Board.

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Study: Testosterone Pellet Therapy Reduces Breast Cancer Incidence in Women

A new study published by Biote founder Dr. Gary Donovitz, FACOG, and Mandy Cotten, DNP, APRN, FNP-C found that women who took testosterone via hormone pellets as part of bioidentical hormone replacement therapy (BHRT) had a 35.5% lower incidence of invasive breast cancer.

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Largest Real-World Study of Bioabsorbable Testosterone Pellets in Men and Women Shows Low Complication Rates Over 7 Years and 1.2 Million Implants

Delivering testosterone via bioabsorbable pellets inserted under the skin is a low-risk approach to long-term hormone therapy for women and men, according to peer-reviewed data that Dr. Gary Donovitz, Biote founder, has published in the journal “Therapeutic Advances in Endocrinology and Metabolism” (TAEM).

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5 Things You Should Do To Optimize Your Wellness After Retirement

As part of my series about the “5 Things You Should Do to Optimize Your Wellness After Retirement,” I had the pleasure of interviewing Cory Rice. Cory graduated from Baylor University with a bachelor’s degree in forensic science and then completed medical school at the Arizona College of Osteopathic Medicine in Glendale, Arizona.

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Dr. Gary Donovitz Explains Hormone Optimization on Dr. Drew

Dr. Gary Donovitz Explains Hormone Optimization on Dr. Drew

Biote Founder Dr. Gary Donovitz visits the Dose of Dr. Drew podcast to discuss the benefits of the Biote Method of hormone optimization.

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Women In Wellness: “Things move very slowly in healthcare; You have to ask for what you need” With Terry Weber of Biote

Women In Wellness: “Things move very slowly in healthcare; You have to ask for what you need” With Terry Weber of Biote

Things move very slowly in healthcare. You have to ask for what you need. You must show a clear vision and build coalitions across special interests and competitors. This will be the only way to affect real change in healthcare.

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