Our lawyers are now filing lawsuits for men injured by the side effects of male enhancement pills and/or penis enlargement medicines. Many of these products are classified as ‘dietary supplemnents,’ which means they are not regulated by the U.S. Food...
Our lawyers are reviewing potential lawsuits for men who were injured by the side effects of Adcirca, a medication linked to an increased risk for melanoma.
Since the creation of the federal multidistrict litigation for lawsuits alleging melanoma skin cancer from Viagra, there have been several orders relating to the overall management of the claims.
A Texas man has filed a products liability lawsuit against Pfizer & Co. alleging that Viagra caused him to develop melanoma skin cancer.
Our lawyers are reviewing potential lawsuits for men who took Cialis and developed melanoma.
A recent study indicates that Viagra may increase users’ risk of developing melanoma, a deadly form of skin cancer.
A recently published study has found that Viagra may be associated with a significantly increased risk of melanoma.
Learn more about how melanoma is diagnosed, and how the condition can be recognized in its early stages.
A new study has found that men who took Viagra to treat erectile dysfunction were nearly 85% more likely to develop melanoma.
September 18, 2012 - The U.S. Food & Drug Administration (FDA) issued a press release today stating that Body Basics Inc., an Omaha, Ne., establishment, is now recalling the dietary supplement ACTRA-Sx nationwide due to potentially dangerous undeclared ingredients. Independent...