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The Firm is evaluating Actos lawsuits on behalf of patients who developed bladder cancer, allegedly due to long-term use of the Type 2 diabetes drug. New York,
Attorneys in an Actos injury trial have been accused of engaging in misconduct during a civil Actos trial, prompting the judge involved to consider a request to issue punishments to the lawyers.
According to a new Korean study, a new method of diagnosing bladder cancer could “augment or replace” current approaches. Raleigh, NC (PRWEB) April 23, 2014
Invasive bladder cancer (IBC), a malignant disease that currently affects more than 375,000 people worldwide, has been found to be caused by a single type of cell in the lining of the bladder, according to researchers with the Stanford University School of Medicine.
Huge amount of damages awarded to New York man who was diagnosed with bladder cancer that jurors were told was caused by diabetes drug Actos.
A federal jury’s decision to award billions of dollars in damages to a bladder cancer patient who took Actos could mean that others in the same situation may also have a right to seek compensation.
In the wake of a federal jury’s decision to award $9 billion to a man who developed bladder cancer after using the diabetes drug Actos, Cancer Monthly says patients who took Actos should recognize
The Firm is currently offering free and confidential Actos lawsuit evaluations to individuals who allegedly developed bladder cancer after taking the diabetes drug for 12 months or longer.
The Japanese drug maker that was recently ordered to pay $6 billion to a man who claimed that his bladder cancer diagnosis was caused by Actos, makes several other drugs with the same active ingredient.
The cancer information website Cancer Monthly says bladder cancer patients who took Actos should not wait to seek legal advice, despite drug maker’s plans to appeal a federal jury’s ruling.
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