Testosterone Treatment Articles
January 24, 2017. By Gordon Gibb.
Chicago, IL: Plaintiffs in testosterone lawsuits against defendant AbbVie Inc. found themselves momentarily distracted from the allegations at hand earlier this month when the Illinois federal judge overseeing multidistrict litigation over testosterone side effects needed to rule on a motion submitted by the defendant to trim a report from an expert witness in the case.Read [ Testosterone Defendant Attempts to Limit Scope of Expert Witness ]
November 23, 2016. By Heidi Turner.
Washington, DC: As plaintiffs in testosterone lawsuits wait for the testosterone side effect litigation to move forward, the US Food and Drug Administration (FDA) has announced it has approved new labeling changes that will affect all prescription testosterone therapies. The new testosterone labels affect both the Warning and the Abuse and Dependence sections of the drugs' label.Read [ FDA Announces New Testosterone Warnings ]
October 26, 2016. By Lucy Campbell.
Santa Clara, CA: All prescription testosterone products will now carry class-wide labeling changes introduced by The U.S. Food and Drug Administration (FDA) to warn of the health risks associated with testosterone abuse and dependence.Read [ Prescription Testosterone Products Get New FDA Health Warnings ]
October 17, 2016. By Gordon Gibb.
Chicago, IL: A manufacturer of a testosterone replacement therapy (TRT) based in Belgium recently petitioned to escape a testosterone lawsuit, given that the pharmaceutical company has little exposure, knowledge or influence over the US market. However, a federal judge in Illinois would have none of it.Read [ Belgian AndroGel Manufacturer Attempts to Duck Testosterone Lawsuits ]
September 1, 2016. By Heidi Turner.
Chicago, IL: For the men who filed testosterone lawsuits alleging they suffered serious side effects as a result of testosterone therapy, news that litigation is moving forward will be welcomed. Eight bellwether cases have been chosen and an initial trial date set for 2017. Claims surrounding testosterone therapy include allegations the therapy is linked to an increased risk of myocardial infarction and venous thromboembolism.Read [ Testosterone Bellwether Trials Chosen ]
August 4, 2016. By Gordon Gibb.
Washington, DC: There has never been any debate as to the effectiveness and usefulness of testosterone supplementation for a small cohort of men, for whom supplements can be vitally important. And testosterone therapy isn’t new, having been around for some time (with full blessing from the US Food and Drug Administration) as a treatment for hypogonadism, a condition characterized by severely low levels of testosterone that can lead to severe health problems. For those patients, any risk for testosterone side effects are deemed to be acceptable in view of the benefits for this particular segment of the patient population.Read [ Testosterone’s Benefit is Reversed in Robust Marketing to the Wrong Patient ]
July 2, 2016. By Heidi Turner.
Toronto, ON: A new study from Canada suggests the use of testosterone therapy in older men is not based on scientific evidence, leading to more questions about its usefulness. The study, published in June in the Canadian Medical Association Journal, found that it is difficult to base testosterone therapy in older men on levels of testosterone found in younger men. Testosterone lawsuits have been filed against the makers of testosterone therapy, alleging men suffered permanent side effects as a result of the therapy.Read [ Study Suggests Testosterone Use Not Backed By Science ]
June 4, 2016. By Gordon Gibb.
Toronto, ON: While many a testosterone lawsuit claim that testosterone supplements foster testosterone stroke and testosterone heart attack, a recent Canadian study out of the Sunnybrook Health Sciences Center in Toronto suggests that testosterone therapy in older men carries certain benefits, and that the longer a man takes testosterone supplementation, the better off he is.Read [ A New Canadian Testosterone Study Is a Catch-22 ]
May 20, 2016. By The National Trial Lawyers.
Manufacturers of testosterone therapy drugs put out ubiquitous print, television and internet advertising, asking men to speak with their doctors about “Low T.”Read [ Testosterone Litigation Rising Amid Claims of Heart Attacks and Strokes ]
May 7, 2016. By Heidi Turner.
Atlanta, GA: A new study suggests a link between increased testosterone and a buildup of calcium in a person’s blood. Calcification, in turn, has been linked to an increased risk of arterial blockages and heart attacks, further suggesting that testosterone could be linked to an increased risk of heart attacks. Lawsuits have been filed in the United States, alleging men were prescribed testosterone but were not adequately warned about the potential for serious testosterone side effects.Read [ Study Suggests Link between Testosterone and Calcification ]