A Yale School of Medicine physician, testifying on behalf of a man who blamed AbbVie Inc.’s AndroGel for causing blood clots in his lungs, said that the hormone replacement therapy does, in fact, increase the risk of dangerous blood clots in men who use the treatment. Yale hematologist Dr. Henry Rinder told an Illinois federal jury earlier this week that he believes that plaintiff Robert Nolte would not have suffered from a pulmonary embolism – or blood clots in his lungs – and several related injuries had he not been taking AndroGel. Nolte is suing AbbVie for failing to warn ... Read More
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