The third Testosterone Replacement Therapy bellwether lawsuit is scheduled to go before the jury on November 6 with Auxilium Pharmaceuticals as the defendant for their testosterone based Testim gel. The second Auxilium trial is set for April 9, 2018. Thousands of men have filed lawsuits against Testim gel maker, claiming failure to adequately warn about the potentially life-threatening injuries like heart attacks, stroke, pulmonary embolism, deep vein thrombosis and other blood clots, and death. The company had promoted Testim gel aggressively for the treatment of "Low T" symptoms. The gel works as a reservoir of testosterone that sticks to the skin and delivers the drug through the skin.