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If you were prescribed AndroGel due to low testosterone levels and experienced adverse side effects, you may have a legal right to recover for your injuries. You will benefit from hiring a skilled Washington AndroGel attorney who will review your case, review medical documents and inform you of your legal options.
The FDA issued an annoucement on the last day of January 2014, indicating they are researching the risks of serious side effects from taking AndroGel and other topical testosterone treatments. Risks may include heart attacks, strokes and even death.
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