Archive | November, 2012

November is American Diabetes Month – Know the Dangers of Actos

November 28, 2012  |   Posted by :   |   Actos Attorney,Actos Bladder Cancer   |   0 Comments

November is American Diabetes Month, and in recognition of that fact, the Law Offices of Nadrich & Cohen reminds all diabetes sufferers to be diligent in taking care of their needs. Diabetes remains one of the leading health conditions in the nations, and according to the American Diabetes Association, 26 million children and adults in […]

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Actos Whistle Blower Lawsuit Dismissed

A whistle-blower lawsuit filed by a former Takeda employee has been dismissed, according to Drug Watch. Dr. Helen Ge filed suit in 2010, arguing that Takeda officials had intentionally failed to report the dangerous side effects Actos to the FDA. Ge also alleged that Takeda “intentionally misrepresented and altered the descriptions of adverse events in […]

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TX Woman Files Actos Bladder Cancer Lawsuit

November 15, 2012  |   Posted by :   |   Actos Attorney,Actos Bladder Cancer,Actos Lawsuit   |   0 Comments

A Texas woman his filed an Actos lawsuit in the Circuit Court of Cook County, Illinois, claiming that she took the drug to treat her type 2 diabetes, completely unaware of the bladder cancer risk. Justine Zapalac seeks to hold Takeda Pharmaceuticals—the manufacturer of Actos—responsible for the injuries that she sustained as a result of […]

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Do You Know the Dangerous Side Effects of Actos?

Actos is used for the treatment and management of type 2 diabetes, but the Actos side effects can often be worse than the condition treated. Takeda Pharmaceuticals, the manufacturer of Actos, faces numerous lawsuits which allege that the company intentionally covered up critical facts about important side effects, including congestive heart failure, liver problems and […]

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Actos and Bladder Cancer – Lawsuits Continue to Mount

The evidence linking the type 2 diabetes drug Actos to bladder cancer continues to mount, and many Actos users suffering from the disease are taking action by filing lawsuits against Takeda Pharmaceuticals and Eli Lilly, the manufacturers of Actos. Actos (pioglitazone) is used along with diet and exercise—and sometimes other drugs—to keep type 2 diabetes […]

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