Tracy Garner was intrigued by advertisements for testosterone replacement therapy to boost sex drive and improve muscle mass in men with “Low T.” He asked is doctor about the hormone therapy, and in March 2013, Garner was prescribed Eli Lilly and Co.’s Axiron. A few days later, he had a heart attack. Garner is one of about 6,000 men suing manufacturers of testosterone replacement therapy, alleging the drug companies engaged in aggressive marketing of a prescription drug for off-label use – the treatment of so-called Low T, according to Law360. Testosterone treatments are intended for men with hypogonadism, a condition ... Read More
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