New Blood Thinners Like Xarelto May Not Live up to Marketing

  The drawbacks of early anticoagulants paved the way for a newer class of blood thinners, like Xarelto. However, Xarelto may have safety risks that could outweigh the inconveniences of older blood thinner medication. Blood thinners are a class of drugs that... Read More »

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Nearly 20 Bladder Cancer Victims Join Actos Lawsuit

A group of plaintiffs have recently joined the larger bladder cancer litigation against Takeda Pharmaceuticals over allegations that the type-2 diabetes drug Actos can cause bladder cancer. Several of the new plaintiffs filed wrongful death lawsuits on behalf of their deceased relatives.... Read More »

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Samsung Hit With Class Action Over Faulty Smart TV Remotes

Samsung Electronics America, Inc. was hit with a class action lawsuit, alleging that the remote controls that come with Samsung Smart TVs cause batteries to leak acid. Plaintiff Luis Bravo alleges in the Samsung class action lawsuit filed in a California federal… Read More »

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Conflicting Viagra Melanoma Findings Trouble Physicians

Despite the recent warning about Viagra melanoma, physicians continue to prescribe the erectile dysfunction drug to men who believe they need assistance with their libido. There are a variety of reasons for this, but it is mainly due to the fact that this Viagra... Read More »

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Pseudotumor Cerebri – Side Effect For Birth Control Users

Popular birth control pills have allegedly caused serious side effects in many users, such as pseudotumor cerebri or "false brain tumor." These false brain tumor symptoms have been experienced by women who use birth control products such as Yaz, Mirena IUD, Depo-Provera, and others.... Read More »

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Minn. Man Joins Hip Implant MDL Against Stryker

A Minnesota resident has joined the multidistrict litigation against Stryker Corporation and its subsidiary, Howmedica Osteonics alleging the hip implant maker failed to adequately warn consumers about the risks and side effects of their metal hip replacement device. Plaintiff Jeffrey W. has filed a... Read More »

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Mother Files Zofran Birth Defect Lawsuit

GlaxoSmithKline (GSK) has been hit with a lawsuit from a Massachusetts mother who claims Zofran side effects caused her daughter’s birth defects. Plaintiff Tomisha L. filed the Zofran birth defect lawsuit on behalf of her daughter, who was born in 2000. Tomisha took Zofran... Read More »

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Maryland Widow Files Testosterone Drug Lawsuit

A Testim lawsuit has been filed on behalf of Maryland man who allegedly died from a low testosterone (low-T) induced heart attack. This testosterone product lawsuit has already become a part of testosterone multidistrict litigation (MDL) centered in an Illinois federal court. Plaintiff Kyoko... Read More »

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Cymbalta Withdrawal May Be More Serious Than Reported

According to National Institute of Health, Cymbalta withdrawal symptoms can be severe, but only when the drug is ceased suddenly. However, a 2009 U.S. Food and Drug Administration presentation indicates that there are reports of much more serious Cymbalta withdrawal symptoms allegedly experienced... Read More »

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Xarelto Caused Dangerous Internal Bleeding, Plaintiff Alleges

A new Xarelto lawsuit has been filed by Kenneth S. in a Pennsylvania federal court against Janssen Research & Development, Johnson & Johnson, and Bayer Corporation. Kenneth is seeking damages for injuries he allegedly incurred while taking Xarelto. Kenneth began taking Xarelto... Read More »

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Clomid Pregnancy Birth Defects Class Action Lawsuit Investigation

Who's Affected Women who are faced with infertility are often prescribed Clomid (clomiphene citrate) to stimulate egg production. However, the drug has been associated with an increased risk of birth defects, particularly skull and heart defects. According to one study, the use... Read More »

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