Law360, New York (June 5, 2017, 8:39 PM EDT) -- AbbVie Inc. is facing its first test in multidistrict litigation accusing the pharmaceutical company and several others of overselling testosterone replacement drugs and not warning of potentially deadly side effects, with a Tennessee man alleging before an Illinois federal jury Monday that AbbVie's Androgel caused his heart attack.
Jeffrey Konrad and his wife, Jana Konrad, have filed one of the over 4,200 cases accusing AbbVie of promoting Androgel beyond its U.S. Food and Drug Administration authorized use while misleading doctors about the dangerous side effects of the drug.
Jeffrey Konrad had a heart attack in 2010, which he links to prescription...
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