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Low testosterone in men is usually a result of aging though it can also be attributed to those who are diagnosed with the disease hypogonadism. One option doctors give is to go on a form of testosterone therapy treatment.
The Food and Drug Administration (FDA) has approved different testosterone therapy treatments which come in different types such as mouth patch, skin patch, injection/implant, and gel form.
But according to a January 2014 PLOS (The Public Library of Science) One study, new evidences claim that the risk of stroke, heart attack and even death to patients undergoing testosterone therapy treatment is increasing. It is also worth noting that there is uncertainty as to how long the possible negative effects will last even after discontinued use.
When businesses and manufacturers place profits above patient safety, they must be accountable for their unscrupulous actions. It is natural to feel cheated and angry that your health was put at risk. You deserve the right to demand for the maximum damages you are entitled to for your claim. We can help you protect your rights.
If you or a loved one is currently taking a form of testosterone therapy and has experienced serious side effects, you have the right to claim compensation. First, you have to consult your doctor before discontinuing any form of testosterone therapy treatment. Afterwards, you should contact Jami S. Oliver, a leading product defect attorney of Columbus, Ohio for legal action. Call Oliver Law Office at (614) 220-9100 or fill out the online form to schedule a consultation.
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