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Viagra Lawyers For Melanoma

VIAGRA LAWYERS For melanoma skin cancer from Viagra

Our Viagra lawyers are reviewing claims from  users of Viagra or other PDE5 inhibitors and a  diagnosis of melanoma.
Viagra’s Origin
Viagra (sildenafil) was patented in 1996 and approved by the FDA just two years later on March 27, 1998, as the first oral pill to treat impotence. Viagra is manufactured by the pharmaceutical giant Pfizer. It was Pfizer’s original plan to use Viagra to treat high blood pressure and angina pectoris (chest pain). During the original clinical trials of Viagra, it was discovered that Viagra did little to treat angina. However, the researchers noticed that Viagra was inducing penile erections.
New Studies Have linked Viagra to Melanoma
Melanoma is a rare  deadly form of skin cancer.
Melanoma accounts for approximately 2% of all skin cancers.
A study regarding the connection between Viagra and melanoma was published in JAMA on April 7, 2014. The study  indicated a doubling of risk.
Additional studies have found a connection between Viagra and melanoma. More studies are  underway.
This link could potentially include Cialis and Levitra.
 
If you or a loved one has taken Viagra, or any other PDE5 inhibitors, and has been diagnosed with melanoma skin cancer contact us to protect your rights in a Viagra Class Action lawsuit.