Cymbalta Withdrawal Side Effects Class Action Lawsuit Investigation

Who's Affected Studies show that between 50% and 78% of Cymbalta users experience antidepressant withdrawal symptoms after discontinuing the drug. Yet the drug label misleadingly states that Cymbalta withdrawal symptoms occur in only 1% to 2% of cases. These findings have resulted... Read More »

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Wis. Man Alleges Januvia Caused His Pancreatic Cancer

A Wisconsin man filed a Januvia pancreatic cancer lawsuit against Merck & Co. alleging the type-2 diabetes drug Januvia caused his cancer. Plaintiff Joseph Guiffre is one of millions of Americans who suffer from type-2 diabetes, and had to take a variety... Read More »

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Aldactazide Blood Pressure Drug May Cause Stevens Johnson Syndrome

The blood pressure medication Aldactazide has been found to allegedly cause individuals to develop Stevens Johnson Syndrome (SJS) according to recent medical reports and a warning by the U.S. Food and Drug Administration (FDA). Aldactazide was first designed and manufactured in 1982... Read More »

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FTC Alleges AndroGel Prices Were Inflated

The Federal Trade Commission has initiated legal action against the makers of three "Low-T" drugs, alleging that the drug companies have conspired to delay generic versions of their drugs from hitting the market. This comes as legal scrutiny is mounting over the... Read More »

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Actos Bladder Cancer Lawsuit Joins Actos Mass Tort

A husband and wife team have filed an Actos bladder cancer lawsuit against drug maker Takeda Pharmaceuticals, alleging that the diabetes drug caused life-threatening bladder cancer. The Actos lawsuit was jointly filed by Marc Album and his wife. According to their Actos... Read More »

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Pediatric Celexa, Lexapro Class Action Settlement

A settlement has been reached in a class action lawsuit alleging Celexa and Lexapro were improperly marketed and sold to minors under the age of 18. If you purchased or paid for Celexa or Lexapro for use by minors prior to Dec.... Read More »

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Fibroid Removal: Knowing the Cancer Risks

Morcellation, a popular fibroid removal surgical method, has recently come under fire for allegedly spreading cancer, and many women are seeking alternative forms of treatment for fibroids. Uterine fibroids are benign tumors that develop in the smooth layer of a woman’s uterus.... Read More »

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What is Stomach Stapling?

Morbid obesity is a rampant health concern for United States health officials, with the number increasing almost daily. Patients across the country look for different ways to achieve weight loss from dieting to plastic surgery. But in lieu of this search some... Read More »

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Dilantin Stevens Johnson Syndrome Side Effect Connection Examined

Dilantin (phenytopin) is a well-known anti-seizure medication that is prescribed to patients with various forms of epilepsy, especially tonic-clonic or grand mal seizures and complex partial seizures. Dilantin was initially approved by the U.S. Food and Drug Administration (FDA) in 1939, and has... Read More »

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Lipitor Lawsuit Alleges Drug Caused Diabetes

A woman alleges that drug maker Pfizer's popular cholesterol drug, Lipitor, caused her to develop type-2 diabetes. The Lipitor diabetes lawsuit was filed jointly by plaintiff Peggy Sanders and her husband. The lawsuit alleges that Sanders developed type-2 diabetes by taking Lipitor, that Pfizer... Read More »

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Thousands of Stryker Metal Hip Lawsuits Piling Up

Stryker hip lawsuits are continuing to mount over allegations that these metal-on-metal hip implants fail more often than other types of hip implant. Stryker manufactured a model of metal-on-metal hip implants. These hip implants are different from older hip implants in that... Read More »

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