Takeda Hit With Actos Bladder Cancer Lawsuit By Ala. Woman

Alabama plaintiff Anita Kulisek filed an Actos lawsuit against Japanese pharmaceutical giant, Takeda Pharmaceuticals, for the injuries she allegedly suffered from taking the type-2 diabetes drug. Kulisek accuses the company of deliberately concealing information regarding the possible Actos side effect of bladder… Read More »

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New Study: Stevens Johnson Syndrome (SJS) Likely to Recur

A new study has found that patients who suffered from Stevens Johnson Syndrome (SJS) or Toxic Epidermal Necrolysis (TEN) are at risk for a dangerous recurrence of the reaction. The new study was published in the Journal of the American Medical Association (JAMA)… Read More »

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AndroGel Defendants Seek to Further Centralize Testosterone Lawsuits

The lawsuits over testosterone-bearing drugs are expected to become so numerous they have been coordinated into a multidistrict litigation, or MDL, that two of the defendants, AbbVie and Abbott Laboratories, want expanded to coordinate testosterone lawsuits filed in both state and federal… Read More »

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Lawsuit Alleges Januvia Caused Lethal Pancreatic Cancer

The wife of a man who died of pancreatic cancer sued the makers of the diabetes drug Januvia, alleging Januvia caused her late husband to develop the lethal cancer. Mary Harmon filed the Januvia pancreatic cancer lawsuit on behalf of herself and… Read More »

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Zithromax Linked with Increased Cardiovascular Risks

According to a recent Zithromax study performed on elderly patients suffering from pneumonia, the popular antibiotic treatment, while effective in treating bacterial infections, may carry additional health risks. Lead researcher Eric M. Mortenson, M.D. of  the VA North Texas Healthcare System and… Read More »

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Report Finds Xarelto Leading Pradaxa in Sales, Side Effects

New data suggests that Xarelto has increased both its market share and the number of serious medical complaints over competitor Pradaxa, possibly leading to Xarelto bleeding side effects lawsuits. Both Xarelto and Pradaxa are blood thinners. Blood thinners are drugs designed to… Read More »

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New Lipitor Lawsuit Joins Exisiting Group Lawsuit

A new Lipitor diabetes lawsuit has alleged the cholesterol medication can cause type-2 diabetes. The Lipitor lawsuit was filed by Yvonne Buggage on behalf of herself and her husband, Byron Buggage. Mrs. Buggage began taking the drug in 2003, and continued taking… Read More »

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Dilantin Linked to Stevens Johnson Syndrome

Dilantin is a popular and widely used phenytoin sodium anticonvulsant drug that has been named in various Stevens Johnson Syndrome class action lawsuits, for allegedly causing patients to experience a painful skin reaction. The drug is regularly prescribed to treat and prevent… Read More »

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Calif. Man Files Risperdal Lawsuit Alleging Male Breast Growth

California plaintiff Andrew Wasserman filed a Risperdal lawsuit against Johnson & Johnson subsidiary Janssen Pharmaceuticals for the injuries he allegedly sustained from their antipsychotic drug. Wasserman had been prescribed Risperdal when he was 20, and had reportedly developed gynecomastia, also known as… Read More »

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Calif. Couple Pursues Janumet Pancreatic Cancer Lawsuit

A California couple filed a Janumet lawsuit in June against Merck Sharp & Dohme Corp. after the husband allegedly developed terminal cancer from his use of the Merck diabetic drug Janumet. According to the Janumet lawsuit, Plaintiff Peter Tabb, a resident of… Read More »

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Ga. Couple Sues Wright Medical for Metal Hip Implant Injuries

Michael Shane Adams and Cathy Adams, a couple from Georgia, are suing Wright Medical Technology Inc. for the injuries Michael allegedly suffered after using the company’s metal hip implant. This metal-on-metal hip implant lawsuit will be joining multidistrict litigation (MDL) No. 2329 against… Read More »

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Actos Bladder Cancer Lawsuit Alleges Wrongful Death

A widow filed an Actos bladder cancer lawsuit against Takeda Pharmaceuticals, alleging her husband’s use of the drug led to his death. Plaintiff Patsy R. Martin filed the Actos bladder cancer lawsuit on behalf of her husband, Donald Martin, who allegedly died… Read More »

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New Low-T Gel Lawsuit Alleges Treatment Caused Blood Clots

A Louisiana man has filed an AndroGel lawsuit alleging that within a few months of beginning testosterone replacement therapy using the AbbVie product, he suffered serious and potentially life-threatening injuries. The testosterone product lawsuit was filed by plaintiff Michael Bourgeois, who began… Read More »

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