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New study on the food and drug administration shows that 1/3 of all drugs approved by the FDA pose safety risks to users after they are released. Here's how a dangerous drug lawyer can help.

Almost a Third of FDA-Approved Medications Have Safety Risks

  • Posted On: May 15, 2017

Marking one of the most disturbing trends of our time, a recent study has shown that nearly one-third of the drugs the Food and Drug Administration approve show safety risks after they are released into the market. It’s not surprising that the multi-year analysis, published in the Journal of the American Medical Association, has garnered Continue Reading..

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A higher risk of developing melanoma has been linked to erectile dysfunction medications Viagra and Revatio

Viagra and Revatio Legal Cases Now Under Review

  • Posted On: October 24, 2016

Erectile dysfunction medication Viagra and its twin drug Revatio, prescribed for a high-blood-pressure condition known as pulmonary arterial hypertension, have been prescribed to millions of men. However, a higher risk of developing melanoma (the malignant tumor associated with skin cancer) is being linked with these common oral medications. If you or someone you know has Continue Reading..

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Proton Pump Inhibitors 101

  • Posted On: July 21, 2016

Lawsuits involving the use of Proton Pump Inhibitors (PPIs) are on the rise and it is important that you understand why. Designed to treat acid-related disorders of the upper gastrointestinal tract, PPIs have been around since the late 1980s, but their use in the U.S. has increased in recent years, according to the National Health Continue Reading..

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Chemotherapy Drug Taxotere Causes Permanent Hair Loss According to Lawsuit

  • Posted On: July 5, 2016

For breast cancer patients who are already suffering, the news that common chemotherapy drug Taxotere is causing permanent hair loss is almost too much to digest. While the U.S. Food and Drug Administration updated warnings on the Taxotere label in December 2015 to reflect the very real side effect of permanent hair loss, also known Continue Reading..

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Complications Associated with IVC Filters

  • Posted On: September 3, 2015

Inferior vena cava (IVC) filters are small, cage-like devices that are fitted in the vena cava to prevent blood clots from reaching the lungs and causing a pulmonary embolism. While these devices were designed to help prevent clotting events in certain patients, countless reported cases have shown that these devices can be potentially deadly over Continue Reading..

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Diabetic Drug Invokana Could Cause Kidney Damage

  • Posted On: June 18, 2015

One of the most popular, fastest-growing diabetic treatments involves the use of a “miracle drug” known as Invokana. Like all other SGLT2 inhibitors, Invokana targets the kidneys to spur them into removing sugar from the body at a greater rate than normal. At first glance, this sounds incredibly promising for diabetics as it may help Continue Reading..

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FDA Requires Testosterone Manufacturers to Update Warning Labels

  • Posted On: March 5, 2015

Testosterone is FDA-approved only for men who have low testosterone levels because of specific medical issues. These products, however, are being used to relieve symptoms that are caused by nothing other than aging. This can cause serious issues and result in dangerous symptoms. The Food and Drug Administration (FDA) has recently made drastic changes to Continue Reading..

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Does Using Zofran Cause Birth Defects?

  • Posted On: February 23, 2015

One study indicates that morning sickness afflicts nearly 80% of pregnant women in the United States. Debilitating nausea and frequent vomiting has left many women desperate for relief, something most doctors are more than happy to provide. Zofran is one of the most commonly prescribed medications for morning sickness, but the alleviation it offers may Continue Reading..

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New Study Links Testosterone Therapy to Increased Heart Attack Risks

  • Posted On: February 7, 2014

A cardiologist interviewed for a USA TODAY report compared the risks of testosterone treatment to the risks of smoking one to two packs of cigarettes every day, or the risks of having an absurdly high cholesterol. A study that looked at 55,593 men undergoing testosterone therapy concluded that in just the first 90 days of Continue Reading..

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New Warning Labels on Kids’ Cough Medicine Lessens Number of ER Trips

  • Posted On: November 15, 2013

According to Reuters.com, fewer kids were admitted to emergency rooms due to issues from cough and cold medications after the medicines started rolling out new warning labels. This is from a recent government study. Back in 2007, manufacturers of prescription cold and cough medicines decided to recall the drugs in response to statistics on emergency Continue Reading..

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