Diagnosed with Skin Cancer after Taking Viagra?

Get Justice for
Viagra Injury

Act Now. You may be entitled to financial compensation.

Men taking Viagra have 84% higher risk of developing melanoma, a life-threatening skin cancer.

Check your eligibility for compensation below before time runs out.

Step 1: Answer 3 Questions To Confirm Your Eligibility

Have you or a loved one taken Viagra?
Were you diagnosed with Melanoma Skin Cancer either while taking the drug or after you stopped?
Do you currently have a lawyer representing your claim?

Possible Side Effects

  • Melanoma skin cancer
  • Death

Lawsuit Claim Information

According to a 2014 study, men who take Viagra are at an 84% increased risk of developing melanoma skin cancer. If you or a loved one developed melanoma, you may be eligible for financial compensation.

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What Is Viagra?

Viagra (sildenafil) is an erectile dysfunction drug. Viagra was released in 1998 and the FDA also approved it to treat pulmonary arterial hypertension in 2009.

Certain properties of the drug create nearly twice the risk of developing melanoma—a risk that the manufacturers failed to disclose.

Viagra Lawsuit Information

In 2014, JAMA Internal Medicine published a study that found that men who used erectile dysfunction medications were 84% more likely to develop melanoma. Consumers are now suing Pfizer Pharmaceutical, the manufacturers, for failing to warn about major and severe side effects. If you or a loved one suffered melanoma skin cancer after taking Viagra you may be eligible for financial compensation.

Justice You Deserve

If you believe that Viagra may have caused melanoma in yourself in your loved one, you may qualify to file a lawsuit. Get a free evaluation today to see if you may be eligible.