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If you or a family member suffered a heart attack or stroke after using a testosterone replacement therapy drug, you may be eligible to file a claim against the manufacturer.


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Understand the risks of using a testosterone replacement therapy drug like Androgel or Axiron. Our patient advocates collect the latest news, research and court records and provide you the latest info.

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Multiple agencies including the NIH and UCLA have linked use of TRT drugs to an increased risk of heart attack, stroke or even death. Are you at risk of being effected?

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Thousands of patients have already filed claims and thousands have no idea that their heart condition could be linked to the testosterone drugs. Understand your options.

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In a few easy steps, we can let you know whether your situation might qualify for a lawsuit against the makers of testosterone drugs. We’ll have you talking with a qualified lawyer in minutes.

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