The Risks of Testosterone Replacement Therapy
Medical science has begun the process of understanding the risks associated with the widespread use of testosterone replacement therapy. Study Shows Increased Heart Attack Risk In Some Men; FDA Requires Labeling Change Regarding Possible Heart Attack And Stroke Risk; Adverse Events Associated With Testosterone Therapy.
If you or a loved one had a heart attack, stroke, deep vein thrombosis (blood clots, usually in the legs), or pulmonary embolism (a blood clot that travels to the lungs), after taking testosterone replacement therapy, you deserve a free consultation from an experienced lawyer. Call us toll free at (877) 704-7674 to discuss your case. We represent men from around the country in testosterone replacement cases. Our clients owe us nothing for the investigation or prosecution of their case unless we obtain a recovery for them.
The Status of the Testosterone Replacement Therapy Litigation
There are several thousand testosterone replacement therapy cases filed in federal and state court. Generally, the plaintiffs in these cases allege that the manufacturers of these products failed to warn users about the risks associated with testosterone therapy, resulting in a variety of injuries including heart attack, stroke, DVT, and pulmonary embolism.
The national litigation effort is in its early stages. Some bellwether or test cases have been selected, but there have been no trials or reports of mass settlements. You can learn more about the federal multi-district litigation at the court’s website. Testosterone Replacement Therapy MDL Court.
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