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2015-01-18 23:00:26

The Firm is currently representing numerous plaintiffs in Lipitor lawsuits that allege new-onset Type 2 diabetes caused by the cholesterol-lowering statin medication. New

2015-01-01 23:01:12

The Firm notes an upcoming status conference in a federal litigation that includes nearly 2,000 Lipitor lawsuits. New York, NY (PRWEB) January 01, 2015

2014-12-29 23:00:51

The number of lawsuits alleging Lipitor diabetes complications continues to increase in the District of South Carolina, where a multidistrict litigation is underway. New

2014-12-19 23:01:10

The study's publication comes amid a growing number of Lipitor lawsuit filings on behalf of patients who allegedly developed new-onset Type 2 diabetes due to their use of the cholesterol-lowering

2014-12-11 23:02:32

More than 1,400 Lipitor lawsuits have been filed in federal court on behalf of individuals who allegedly developed Type 2 diabetes due to their use of the statin medication. New

2014-12-11 23:01:14

The study found that use of Lipitor and other statins may be tied to a significant increased risk for development of the ocular disorder. Port Washington, New

2014-12-06 23:01:37

This study’s publication comes as hundreds of Lipitor lawsuit plaintiffs seek compensation for Type 2 diabetes they allegedly developed due to their use of the cholesterol-lowering statin.

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

2014-11-22 23:01:22

Lipitor lawsuits claim that the statin medication increases the risk that a patient will develop Type 2 diabetes. New York, New York (PRWEB) November 22, 2014


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begunk
  • To befool; deceive; balk; jilt.
  • An illusion; a trick; a cheat.
The word 'begunk' may come from a nasalised variant of Scots begeck ("to deceive, disappoint"), equivalent to be- +‎ geck.