Lawsuit: Axiron Testosterone Gel Is Unsafe for Men

A recent lawsuit alleges that the testosterone gel product Axiron is unsafe and consumers who use Axiron are at a significant risk for blood clots or cardiovascular impairments Kentucky resident Steven Maupin filed the Axiron lawsuit against Eli Lilly and Company for allegedly failing to adequately inform consumers... Read More »

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Levaquin Lawsuit Filed Over Nerve Damage

Johnson & Johnson is facing a Levaquin lawsuit alleging that the antibiotic causes peripheral neuropathy. The lawsuit was filed by a Maryland woman, who claims she has severe and permanent nerve damage after taking the drug. The Levaquin lawsuit filed by plaintiff Karyn Grossman... Read More »

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Texas Man Is One of at Least 100 Suing Over Dilantin SJS

A Texas man suing the manufacturer of the generic form of the anti-seizure drug Dilantin is one of at least 100 people who have filed Dilantin lawsuits claiming that it caused serious and sometimes fatal skin reactions known as Stevens-Johnson Syndrome (SJS)... Read More »

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Infuse Bone Graft System Lawsuit Runs Into Complications

A federal judge in St. Louis has ruled against a key argument in a Medtronic lawsuit. The ruling applied to the assertion that the Infuse Bone Graft System is a defective medical device. The Infuse Bone Graft System is a medical implant. It... Read More »

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Birth Defects Lawsuit Blames Effexor for Stillbirth

A birth defects lawsuit was filed by a Pennsylvania mother who alleges her son stillborn due to birth defects she claims were directly caused by the drug Effexor. Plaintiff Megan Wickizer was prescribed and took Effexor or Effexor XR to manage symptoms... Read More »

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63-Year-old Woman Says Lipitor Caused Diabetes

A 63-year-old California woman has filed a Lipitor lawsuit against Pfizer, manufacturer of the popular cholesterol-lowering statin drug, alleging that the drug caused plaintiff Betty Bowden to get type-2 diabetes. According to the Lipitor diabetes lawsuit, Bowden began taking Lipitor in 2002... Read More »

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Xolair May Increase Risk for Adverse Heart and Brain Events

Xolair (omalizumab) is a drug for treating asthma that is brought on by allergies. Approved in 2003, it is an injectable medication for patients aged 12 and older whose asthma symptoms are not responding to inhalable asthma drugs. For patients, it has... Read More »

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Zithromax Study Explores Possible Negative Side Effects

A recent Zithromax study explores the connection between the popular antibiotic Zithromax (called Z-Pak or ZMax) and possible side effects such as a heart attack or other cardiac event, and the number of Zithromax lawsuits filed across the country are rapidly growing.... Read More »

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Class Action Lawsuit Filed Over Enbrel Shipping Temperature

Two drug providers, an Amgen Inc. subsidiary called Caremark and CVS Health unit, were accused of failing to provide proper procedures to keep Enbrel, a drug used to treat arthritis, at the correct temperature during shipping. Lead plaintiff Edward Bertram filed the… Read More »

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Eli Lilly Fights Consolidation of Cymbalta Withdrawal Lawsuits

Eli Lilly & Co. is fighting back against a growing number of lawsuits accusing the drug maker of misleading consumers about the severity of Cymbalta withdrawal symptoms. The pharmaceutical giant is attempting to stop a motion by plaintiffs to centralize 28 Cymbalta lawsuits in... Read More »

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Pseudotumor Cerebri May Be Caused By Birth Control Pills

Pseudotumor cerebri, also called intracranial hypertension, is a serious medical condition that can be caused by birth control pills. Pseudotumor cerebri is a condition in which excess cerebrospinal fluid builds up in the skull. This creates raised intracranial pressure, which in turn... Read More »

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