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2015-03-05 23:01:30

The $1.3 million in punitive damages is in addition to a $2.3 million award to the plaintiff, who alleges that Actos caused him to develop bladder cancer.

2015-02-13 23:01:43

Plaintiff alleged his bladder cancer is the result of his taking Actos and that he underwent bladder removal due to his bladder cancer diagnosis. Port Washington,

2014-11-20 23:03:17

Plaintiff argued that the destroyed documents were needed to prove allegations that Actos led to his cancer. Port Washington, New York (PRWEB) November 20, 2014

2014-09-25 04:22:13

Case Funding Firm adds to funding amounts as Bellwether trials kick into high gear after $9Bil verdict is failed to be dismissed on Takeda post-trial motion. HOUSTON, Sept.

2014-04-23 23:17:50

Flood Law Group announced today that they have updated the Actos Lawsuit information page on their website after a jury recently awarded a settlement of $9 billion in punitive damages to plaintiffs

2014-04-20 23:01:49

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.

2014-04-08 23:00:54

Takeda Pharmaceutical Co. and Eli Lilly & Co. must pay a total of $9 billion in punitive damages after they were found to have concealed diabetes drug, Actos’, cancer risks.

2014-03-28 23:25:00

Nevada case involves allegations that women developed cancer as a result of Actos medication.

2014-02-08 23:03:08

National network of attorneys is providing consumer updates and no-cost consultations over allegations that the use of the diabetes medication Actos can cause patients to develop bladder cancer.

2014-01-09 23:25:29

National network of attorneys will resume availability in connection with consumer inquiries over allegations that the use of the diabetes medication Actos can cause patients to develop bladder


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