A Harlem resident filed suit against Novartis, the makers of Boost Plus, because he said the energy drink gave him an erection that would not go away and left him partially impotent after he underwent corrective surgery. | Harper's Magazine

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A Harlem resident filed suit against Novartis, the makers of Boost Plus, because he said the energy drink gave him an erection that would not go away and left him partially impotent after he underwent corrective surgery.

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A Harlem resident filed suit against Novartis, the makers of Boost Plus, because he said the energy drink gave him an erection that would not go away and left him partially impotent after he underwent corrective surgery.

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