Testosterone Treatment Lawsuit Information

Are you a man who has taken low testosterone treatments? Have you suffered injuries such as heart problems or stroke? You may be entitled to compensation.

If you or a loved one has suffered a stroke, heart attack or other serious injury while taking low testosterone treatments, you may be eligible to file a testosterone treatment lawsuit. The lawyers at Simmons Hanly Conroy are currently investigating claims that testosterone treatments are linked to an increased risk of stroke, heart attack and death.

Research has shown a direct connection between testosterone supplements and dangerous health problems. Specifically, studies have revealed that men with heart problems who are taking low testosterone treatments are 30 percent more likely to suffer a stroke, heart attack or death compared to healthy men who do not take the supplements.

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