Independent research has linked low testosterone drugs, or “low-T” drugs to several serious side-effects and injuries. Some of these injuries can be life-threatening, and side-effects could include:
- Heart Attacks
- Blood Clots
- Other Cardiovascular Injury
Many of these dangerous low-T drugs are heavily marketed to men, and they’re commonly prescribed by doctors around the country despite their risks.
How The Barnes Firm Helps
Our dangerous low-T drug attorneys have stood-up for American consumers. We’ve gone to court against some of the biggest pharmaceutical corporations in the world — and won.
If you or a family member has experienced any adverse cardiovascular issues after using a dangerous low-T drug, give our team a call. Our Low Testosterone Lawyers are experienced trial lawyers with a track-record of getting our clients results. Contact Us for a FREE case evaluation and find out how The Barnes Firm can help you and your family hold big pharmaceuticals accountable.
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Representing Those Harmed By Dangerous Low-T Drugs
Have a question about any of the following drugs? Give us a call!
- Androgel (AbbVie – Abbott) – Testosterone gel applied directly to the skin.
- Androderm (Actavis) – Testosterone patch that is applied to the skin.
- Bio-T-Gel (Biosante) – A Testosterone gel applied to skin.
- Delatestryl – (Savient) – An injectable testosterone drug.
- Depo-Testosterone – (Pfizer) – An Injectable testosterone medication.
- Fortesta (Endo) – A testosterone spray that is applied to skin.
- Striant (Mipharm S.p.A.) – Testosterone tablet.
- Testim (Auxilium) – Testosterone gel applied to skin.
- Testopel (Auxilium) – Time release testosterone implant.