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Viagra® Side Effect Case

News / November 10, 2015

Recent studies have linked Viagra® to melanoma. It may be in your best interest to seek legal guidance if you or a loved one developed melanoma after taking Viagra. The Hollis Law Firm can help you determine if you have a viable Viagra side effect case.

lawyer for viagra side effectsViagra is the world’s first oral medication to treat men with erectile dysfunction. Erectile dysfunction (ED) can affect many men’s sexual health. Viagra’s active ingredient, sildenafil citrate, was originally created to help patients suffering from chest pain and high blood pressure. Researchers found that Viagra was a poor choice for chest pain, but they found an increased number of male patients experiencing multiple erections. Once the researchers noticed this, Viagra was pushed forward as a drug for men with ED. The FDA approved Viagra for the United States public market in 1998. Once Viagra hit the market, it became Pfizer’s highest-selling drug, and it quickly gained the nickname “the little blue pill”. Two years ago, the producer of Viagra reported almost $2 billion in profits from this drug.

Why are some patients qualifying for a Viagra side effect case?

Some patients qualify for a Viagra side effect case because they have experienced melanoma as a result of taking Viagra. Many times, a drug’s long term side effects are not given enough time to appear in research, clinical trials, and other testing. In a recent study, researchers found that men taking Viagra showed an increased risk for developing the deadliest form of skin cancer, melanoma. Patients that developed melanoma after taking Viagra may want to consult in a bad drug lawyer at the Hollis Law Firm to determine if they have a viable Viagra side effect case. Turn to a trusted bad drug firm if you or a loved one believes they may have a viable case. If your case is viable, you may be entitled to compensation. Many patients who suffer from melanoma as a result of taking Viagra experience severe physical, emotional, and financial pain. To contact a bad drug lawyer at the Hollis Law Firm, call 1-800-701-3672 or fill the form out that is located on this