The Low T Center, the growing network of clinics that injects Dallas men with testosterone and whose scientific foundation is a tad shoddy, has won an award for "ingenuity, commitment and character." SMU's Cox Caruth Institute for Entrepreneurship named it one of the city's 100 fastest-growing private businesses, quite an honor for the center's owner, Mike Sisk, who styles himself a "serial entrepreneur."
Sebron Snyder SMU awarded Mike Sisk's Low T Center for being one of the fastest-growing private businesses in DFW.
"We are extremely honored to be recognized for this prestigious award and the vision that we started started five years ago," he said, according to a Low T Center press release. That vision only seems to be growing: By the end of 2015, Sisk hopes to have 120 clinics open around the country.More »