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2014-10-06 23:08:54

As Testosterone Complaints Continue to Increase, the FDA Furthers Its Investigation into Testosterone Use by Holding a Meeting of Its Advisory Panels to Explore the Safety and Effectiveness of

2014-10-06 23:00:19

FDA Reviewing the Safety of AndroGel and Other Approved Low Testosterone Treatments after Studies Linked Their Use to a Higher Risk of Heart Attacks, Strokes and Death in Certain Men

2014-09-30 23:24:34

Experienced lawyers review the increase in testosterone lawsuits after the FDA advisory panel’s caution against the over-prescription of testosterone therapy drugs. Kansas

2014-09-30 23:16:39

The Long Island law firm of Rudolph F. X. Migliore, P. C.

2014-09-23 23:11:13

FDA Advisors Also Recommended That Manufacturers of Testosterone Treatments Conduct Studies of Their Potential Heart Risks Chicago IL (PRWEB) September 23, 2014

2014-09-12 23:00:22

Testosterone Lawsuit Claims Continue As The FDA Seeks Answers From Its Advisory Panel Over Cardiovascular Risks Associated With Testosterone Replacement Therapy. Columbus,

2014-09-07 23:02:21

Testosterone Lawsuit Complaints Alleging AndroGel and Other Prescription Testosterone Treatment Drugs Cause Heart Attacks and Strokes Continue To Climb For Second Straight Month Columbus,

2014-09-04 23:03:02

The Firm is evaluating testosterone treatment lawsuits on behalf of men who suffered heart attacks, strokes, blood clots and other serious cardiovascular events, allegedly due to their use of

2014-08-26 23:14:22

Testosterone Therapy Lawsuits Continue as AndroGel Manufacturer, AbbVie Inc., Attempted to Block Perrigo’s Generic Testosterone Product from Getting FDA Approval Reports Wright & Schulte

2014-08-25 12:26:36

Natural Growth Hormone Supplements From HGH.com Offer Athletes and Bodybuilders Industry-Recognized Muscle-Building, Recovery and Weight-Loss Options BOONTON, N.J., Aug.


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