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2014-11-30 23:02:41

This study’s publication comes as thousands of Lipitor lawsuits that allege the statin medication caused Type 2 diabetes continue to move through U.S.

2014-11-24 23:01:56

The Firm is investigating allegations that the use of Lipitor may increase a patient’s risk of developing Type 2 diabetes. New York, New York (PRWEB) November

2014-11-19 23:02:36

The Firm is evaluating Lipitor lawsuits on behalf of patients who developed Type 2 diabetes, allegedly due to their use of the statin medication. New York, New

2014-11-15 23:01:21

The Firm is evaluating Lipitor lawsuits on behalf of individuals who developed new-onset Type 2 diabetes, allegedly due to their use of the cholesterol-lowering medication. New

2014-09-01 23:01:31

The Firm is evaluating potential Lipitor lawsuits on behalf of individuals who allegedly developed Lipitor diabetes injuries after taking the cholesterol-lowering statin drug. New

2014-08-12 23:10:34

A Rise In Lipitor Lawsuit Claims Jumped In Five Months With Filings That Contend Development Of Type 2 Diabetes After Taking The Cholesterol Lowing Medication, Notes Wright & Schulte LLC

2014-08-12 23:02:26

The Firm is evaluating Lipitor lawsuits on behalf of individuals who allegedly developed Type 2 diabetes due to their use of the cholesterol-lowering statin. New

2014-07-13 23:03:21

As Lipitor Lawsuits Await Litigation The First Bellwether Trial Has Been Scheduled For July of 2015 With Depositions to Start This August Reports Wright & Schulte LLC Columbus,

2014-06-23 23:05:46

Process for Filing Multidistrict Litigation Cases to be Streamlined as a Result ST.

2014-05-26 23:01:07

The Firm is currently offering free and confidential Lipitor lawsuit evaluations to individuals who may have developed Type 2 diabetes after taking the cholesterol-lowering statin.


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Use of the word 'swell-mobsman' dates at least to the early 1800s.