Drugs with deadly or dangerous side effects often make it to the market because their potential dangers were not anticipated during clinical trials. These drugs are classified as defective drugs and have been identified by the FDA as having dangerous side effects that may outweigh whatever benefits they may have. Such an FDA classification often leads to drug recalls, personal injuries and lawsuits against drug companies.
Actos is a drug used to treat diabetes. The drug has been linked to an increase in bladder cancer diagnoses. We are looking at cases where persons took Actos prior to December of 2011 and were diagnosed with bladder cancer after this time.
Invokana is a new medication used to treat Type II diabetes. A large number of persons using this medication have had diabetic ketoacidosis (DKA) requiring hospitalization as well as amputation. We are looking at these serious injury cases.
There is evidence that women that have used a talcum powder product, e.g. Johnson & Johnson Baby Powder, Shower 2 Shower, have a higher incidence of developing ovarian cancer. We are looking at these types of cases.
These are newer anticoagulation medications used to treat Atrial fibrillation and have been associated with serious, often deadly bleeding– including GI, brain, and other. We are looking at all cases where a person was using one of these medications and, while using, had a serious bleeding event.
Zofran is used to help combat nausea during pregnancy. We are looking at cases where women were using this drug in the first trimester of pregnancy and gave birth to an infant with serious birth defects– primarily heart defects and skeletal defects.
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