Dangerous Drugs

Taxotere & Alopecia: The Link Between the Two

We recently told you about the dangerous side effects associated with the breast cancer chemotherapy drug, Taxotere, and that it may be linked to alopecia (permanent hair loss) in certain patients....
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Counterfeit Drugs: A Dangerous Reality

The counterfeit prescription drug industry makes around $75 billion a year globally. The United States, despite having tight control over manufacturing and distribution of pharmaceuticals, has expe...
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Update: More Melanoma Cases Linked to Viagra

As you may or may not be aware, we have seen a growing number of Viagra lawsuits being filed by men who have recently learned they have melanoma, a serious type of skin cancer. Since its release in...
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Use of Zofran While Pregnant Linked to Heart Disease

Attorneys at AMA Law are currently looking into claims that Zofran, the anti-nausea medication, causes an increased risk of heart disease in women who are pregnant. A study by Swedish researchers u...
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Pradaxa Lawsuit Claims Side Effects of Blood Thinner Led to Man’s Death

A new lawsuit was filed against Pradaxa maker Boehringer Ingelheim, in the U.S. District Court, Middle District of Pennsylvania on February 4, 2013. The complaint was brought by Pennsylvania reside...
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Parents File Lawsuit Against Paxil Maker for Baby Daughter’s Birth Defects

Parents Scott and Leigh Remsburg filed a lawsuit on October 19, 2012, against the makers of Paxil, claiming that the antidepressant drug caused their daughter to be born with birth defects that ult...
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Antidepressant drug use may increase patients risk of are stroke

According to new research, taking Paxil and other popular antidepressant medications may increase the risk of certain types of stroke for patients. Previous studies have found a link between the us...
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Osteoporosis Medication Aclasta Associated with Renal Impairment and Failure

The Osteoporosis medication Aclasta, a once-yearly injected medication for postmenopausal osteoporosis that was approved by the FDA in 2007, has been shown to cause renal impairment and failure in ...
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