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Latest pancreatitis Stories

2013-05-20 23:16:54

Gilman Law LLP is Investigating Byetta Lawsuits on Behalf of Victims of Pancreatic Cancer Side Effects, Allegedly Associated with Byetta, Januvaia, Victoza, and other Diabetes Drugs Known as Incretin

2013-05-10 23:27:01

Consumer inquiries about legal rights increase after FDA announces investigation into Januvia and other diabetes drugs over research study linking medications to pancreatitis.

2013-03-24 23:02:01

Recently, the law offices of d’Oliveira & Associates issued a new infographic providing information on the type-2 diabetes drug, Byetta, and recent medical studies assessing the safety of

2013-03-15 23:03:08

The U.S. Food and Drug Administration (FDA) is evaluating Merck’s Januvia, Bristol-Myers Squibb’s Byetta and other diabetes medications due to a potential link to pancreatic cancer.

FDA Launches Probe Into Diabetes Drug Over Pancreatic Cancer Risk
2013-03-15 15:35:39

The Food and Drug Administration (FDA) is looking into findings published by a group of researchers suggesting diabetes drugs have a link to pancreatic cancer.

2013-02-26 10:41:14

A new study from Karolinska Institutet in Sweden shows that cortisone – a hormone used in certain medicines – increases the risk of acute pancreatitis.

2013-02-26 10:28:18

People who take the newest class of diabetes drugs to control blood sugar are twice as likely as those on other forms of sugar-control medication to be hospitalized with pancreatitis.

2013-02-25 23:04:05

Law Firm Offers a No Win - No Fee Promise for alleged clients injured from the oral insulin medication, Januvia, used to treat Type 2 Diabetes.

2013-02-13 23:00:33

The Law Firm of d'Oliveira & Associates Offers "No Win No Fee Promise" For clients injured from the insulin injection Byetta, used to treat Type 2 Diabetes.

2013-01-14 23:01:48

Damariscotta Veterinary Clinic answers about how pets can be affected when given people food. Damariscotta, ME (PRWEB) January 14, 2013 The holidays


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