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Xarelto Linked to Bleeding

One of the newest blood thinners on the market, Xarelto has been aggressively marketed as a superior alternative to other blood thinning medications. However, Xarelto presents a significant danger to patients because it has no antidote, unlike other blood thinners. In an emergency bleeding situation, use of Xarelto can cause significant and potentially fatal blood loss. If you or a loved one was injured after using Xarelto, you may be entitled to compensation. Reach out to attorney Jeffrey DeCarlo right away. Read More

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Talcum Powder Linked to Ovarian Cancer

Since the 1970s, thousands of women have applied products containing talc, such as Johnson's Baby Powder and Johnson's Shower to Shower, onto personal hygiene products or directly on their genitals. However, studies have shown that long-term exposure to talc is linked to an increased risk of ovarian cancer. If you or a loved one has been diagnosed with ovarian cancer following exposure to talc, contact attorney Jeffrey DeCarlo today. You may be entitled to compensation. Read More

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Diabetes Medication Linked to Bladder Cancer

The popular type II diabetes medication Actos, which is prescribed to treat blood sugar regulation, has been reported as increasing the risk of developing bladder cancer. The French Medicines Agency removed Actos from pharmacy shelves after a governmental study discovered that it significantly increased the risk of developing bladder cancer. German health officials followed closely behind the French after reviewing the French report that tracked diabetic patients from 2006 to 2009. If you or a loved one has been diagnosed with bladder cancer after taking Actos for diabetes, contact me for a free consultation. You may be entitled to compensation. Read More

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Diabetes Medications Linked to Bladder Cancer

The popular type II diabetes medication Actos, which is prescribed to treat blood sugar regulation, has been reported as increasing the risk of developing  bladder cancer. The French Medicines Agency removed Actos from pharmacy shelves after a governmental study discovered that it significantly increased the risk of developing bladder cancer. German health officials followed closely behind the French after reviewing the French report that tracked diabetic patients from 2006 to 2009. If you or a loved one has been diagnosed with bladder cancer after taking Actos for diabetes, contact me for a free consultation. You may be entitled to compensation. Read More

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Samsca Linked to Liver Injuries

Samsca (or tolvaptan) is a widely-prescribed medication used to treat hyponatremia (low levels of sodium in the blood) in patients with heart failure, liver disease, and certain hormonal imbalances.  According to a January 2013 warning issued by the FDA, a number of Samsca users have reported developing elevated serum enzyme levels in the liver, a condition indicative of a diseased or damaged liver. If you or someone you know has taken Samsca and been diagnosed with a severe liver injury, or an exacerbated liver injury, call me today. You may be entitled to compensation. Read More

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Incretin Medications Linked to Pancreatic Cancer & Pancreatitis

According to a recent UCLA study, incretin medications used to lower blood sugar levels in diabetics such as Januvia, Byetta, Janumet and Victoza may be linked to pancreatic cancer and pancreatitis. If you or someone you know, has taken any of these incretin drugs, or taken Bydureon, Juvisync, Onglyza, Kombiglyze XR, Nesina, Kazano, Oseni, Tradjenta or Jentadueto, and been diagnosed with pancreatic cancer or pancreatitis, you may be entitled to compensation. Call me today. Read More

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Avelox Linked to Eye Injuries

According to recent case reports and literature, Avelox may be linked to eye problems such as painful pressure to the eyes and severe sensitivity to light. If you or someone you know has taken the antibiotic drug Avelox for a bacterial infection and been diagnosed with Uveitis, Pigmentary Dispersion, Iris Transillumination, Iris Hypopigmentation, or Pigmentary Glaucoma, call me today. You may be entitled to compensation. Read More

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Lipitor & Diabetes in Older Women

According to a study conducted by researchers at the University of Massachusetts,  post-menopausal women taking Lipitor have a nearly 50% higher risk of developing diabetes than women who did not take the drug. A number of lawsuits have been filed that allege Pfizer, the manufacturer of Lipitor, has failed to adequately warn consumers of the risk of developing type 2 diabetes. If you or a post-menopausal woman you know, has taken Lipitor for an extended period of time and been diagnosed with type 2 diabetes, call me today. You may be entitled to compensation. Read More  

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