Pfizer, the pharmaceutical giant had a runaway hit on their hands when they developed and sold their blockbuster drug, Viagra. Now, allegations are surfacing in many Viagra melanoma lawsuits, claiming that Pfizer failed to warn patients and doctors about the melanoma skin cancer link associated with the erectile dysfunction medication.
Recently, two lawsuits were filed in the U.S. District Court for the Northern District of California, in which the plaintiffs allege that Pfizer knew or should have known about the melanoma skin cancer risk associated with Viagra for years.
According to Amador Herrara’s claim, Herrara was diagnosed with melanoma after using Viagra for many years.
Herrara has undergone many surgeries and alleges that he must remain watchful for the reappearance of the deadly skin cancer.
Another plaintiff, Dennis Andrews, filed a Viagra lawsuit, claiming that he developed malignant melanoma after using Viagra for many years. Andrews also underwent many surgeries and skin grafts. According to Andrews claims that must carefully monitor for signs of the melanoma skin cancer’s return.