If you or a loved one developed skin cancer caused by erectile dysfunction drugs, you could be eligible for compensation.
It may be in your best interest to contact an attorney to learn more about lawsuits regarding skin cancer caused by erectile dysfunction drugs. A qualified attorney can review your case and, if your case is viable, provide possible options for moving forward with a lawsuit regarding skin cancer caused by erectile dysfunction drugs.
The popular erectile dysfunction drug, Viagra®, has been linked to an increased risk of skin cancer. This correlation was found in a study of over 25,000 men with an average age of 64 years. Recent use of Viagra was associated with an 84% increase in melanoma risk. This was nearly double the risk of men who participated in the study who had not taken Viagra. The drug’s warning label does not include the potential side effect of melanoma. Since Viagra’s release in 1998, millions of men have taken this drug to treat their erectile dysfunction, and some have developed melanoma as a result.
Melanoma is the deadliest form of skin cancer, and can be painful and difficult to treat. The emotional and financial toll on patients and their loved ones can be tremendous. Lawsuits regarding skin cancer caused by erectile dysfunction can help to reclaim losses. Filing lawsuits regarding skin cancer caused by erectile dysfunction drugs can also help to send messages to drug companies, and hold them accountable for hidden health risks.
The attorneys at the Hollis Law Firm are currently reviewing potential cases for lawsuits regarding skin cancer caused by the erectile dysfunction drug, Viagra. If you or someone you love has developed skin cancer caused by erectile dysfunction drugs, you are welcome to contact the Hollis Law Firm regarding your potential case. Simply fill out the form on this page or call 1-800-701-3672.