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Testosterone Treatment Lawyer Interviews
May 29, 2014. By Jane Mundy.
Read [ Latest Testosterone Litigation: Attorney Weighs In ]
Dallas, TX Just about every male baby-boomer in the US is aware that testosterone is touted as a universal panacea to alleviate the general blahs of life, from sexual issues to signs and symptoms of aging. “The sad reality is that these symptoms are part of the normal aging process,” says attorney and physician Shezad Malik. “Testosterone levels do decline with age; it is a normal function. Some people may have a low t-count and that is normal.”
April 27, 2014. By Brenda Craig.
Read [ The Case against Testosterone Maintains Its MOJO ]
Cincinnati, OH Attorney Joseph Lyon is more committed than ever to litigating against makers of testosterone gels. “There are a lot of issues that we as trial lawyers could explore these days. We picked this because we don’t think Low T is a disease.
It’s a marketing creation and it’s doing more harm than good,” says Lyon from his office in Cincinnati, Ohio.
April 8, 2014. By Jane Mundy.
Read [ Q&A with Testosterone Attorney Michael Hingle ]
New Orleans, LA New Orleans attorney Michael Hingle has a long history of successfully winning personal injury cases for victims. Recently a number of people have approached his law firm with heart issues linked to testosterone therapy. Hingle is now focusing on testosterone claims.
March 1, 2014. By Brenda Craig.
Read [ Big Pharma Makes Low Testosterone into a “Medical Condition” ]
Pensacola, FL Decreased sex drive and irritability don’t have to be part of getting older for American men, according to the multimillion-dollar advertising campaigns blasting across TV screens in the US. In fact, there’s prescription medication that can help with low testosterone levels, and make you feel young all over again.