3 Calif. Residents Jointly File Benicar Lawsuit

Three California residents have filed a Benicar lawsuit accusing Benicar manufacturers, Daiichi Sankyo and Forest Pharmaceuticals, of concealing dangerous Benicar side effects that caused serious health issues for the plaintiffs. Plaintiffs Louis V. from Oakland, Calif. and Michael and Frances Mary E.... Read More »

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Woman Shares Her Mother’s Zithromax SJS Story

Disclaimer: This story and information was shared on an online support website to help survivors of Zithromax-induced Stevens Johnson Syndrome (SJS). Stevens Johnson Syndrome (SJS) is a serious allergic reaction of the skin and is linked to a number of medications, including... Read More »

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Lipitor Lawsuit Alleges Lipitor Caused Type-2 Diabetes

An Ohio woman diagnosed with type-2 diabetes following more than two years of taking the popular cholesterol-lowering drug Lipitor filed a Lipitor lawsuit against drug manufacturer Pfizer alleging product liability, fraud and negligence. In her Lipitor lawsuit, Marsha M. of Columbus, Ohio... Read More »

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SJS: A Dangerous Dilantin Side Effect

Dilantin is an anticonvulsant medication that is used specifically to manage temporal lobe seizures and grand mal seizures, particularly in people who suffer from epilepsy. Its main function is to act on the brain’s sodium channels in order to suppress abnormal electrical activity.... Read More »

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Another Xarelto Bleeding Lawsuit Joins Growing Legal Action

The lawsuits are adding up for the makers of Xarelto. A Xarelto bleeding lawsuit was filed in December by husband and wife plaintiffs Nova R. and William R. According to their Xarelto lawsuit, Nova took the drug and then suffered gastrointestinal bleeding,... Read More »

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Quinolone Antibiotics May Cause Peripheral Neuropathy

Fluoroquinolones, or quinolones, come under many brand and generic names and belong to a popular group of antibiotics, one of the most widely patient requested drug types in the United States. Additionally, quinolones are the most commonly prescribed class of antibiotics worldwide to... Read More »

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Power Morcellator Uterine Cancer Leads to Lawsuit

A power morcellator lawsuit was filed in Florida by a woman who allegedly developed uterine cancer caused by a Storz Rotocut Morcellator. Karl Storz, the manufacturer, is facing a large number of power morcellator lawsuits due to the alleged cancer side effects... Read More »

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What Causes Melanoma? The Viagra Link

Melanoma is a type of skin cancer that can be particularly deadly. While many questions about the causes of skin cancer remain, there are several known potential causes of melanoma. Cancer is a situation wherein cells within the body lose the ability to... Read More »

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Zithromax Side Effects Linked to Severe Skin Blisters

Zithromax is the most popular antibiotic in the United States, but is currently under extreme scrutiny for its side effects. In particular, patients have complained of the rare but severe injuries of liver toxicity, liver failure, and Stevens Johnson Syndrome. Stevens Johnson... Read More »

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Breakthrough Reversal Agent May Be Coming for Eliquis

Eliquis is the newest anticoagulant medication to be introduced to the American market, and is meant to be prescribed to prevent stroke in high risk patients. Experts are now unsure of the drug's future, due to recent developments of a possible reversal agent... Read More »

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Woman Says Xarelto Bleeding Caused Her Mother’s Death

The daughter of a California woman who suffered a fatal hemorrhagic brain bleed while taking the anticoagulant (blood thinner) Xarelto (rivaroxaban), is suing Janssen Pharmaceuticals and Bayer for failing to provide adequate warnings about the risk of severe bleeding and the lack... Read More »

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Quinolone Antibiotics Linked to Liver Toxicity

The class of antibiotics known as quinolones — including ciprofloxacin, gemifloxacin, levofloxacin, moxifloxacin, norfloxacin, and ofloxacin — are mostly safe but carry the risk of liver damage. According to RightDiagnosis.com, symptoms of antibiotic-induced liver damage can range from non-existent to mild to... Read More »

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Texas Resident Files Actos Bladder Cancer Lawsuit, Joins MDL

A Texas resident has filed an Actos lawsuit against Takeda Pharmaceuticals and Eli Lilly and Company for failing to adequately warn consumers and the medical community about serious and dangerous risks associated with taking the type-2 diabetes drug, specifically the possibility of... Read More »

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