A recent medical malpractice trial over male hormone replacement therapy in Ringgold delivered what lawyers on both sides claimed was a victory for their clients.

The Catoosa County Superior Court jury on Oct. 24 reached a verdict against a doctor who had prescribed testosterone and tamoxifen to a 45-year-old man who later had to be hospitalized for a blood clot that blocked his lungs. But the jury awarded the plaintiff only $40,000, hundreds of thousands less than he had sought at trial.

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