Request Legal Help Now - Free
LAWSUITS NEWS & LEGAL INFORMATION

Search Results for 

Sort by date 559 pages found matching <script>alert('What_Security?')</script>

  • Byetta Side Effects a Fact of Life
    Sep-18-08 San Diego, CA Rarely, if ever, will you hear pharmaceutical companies claim that drugs are safe. The preferred position is the 'positive benefit-risk profile' for patients suffering from some malady—typically the condition for which the drug was approved. In the case of Byetta acute pancreatitis has claimed lives, while others have been made to deal wi...
  • FDA Issues Warning for Injectable Silicone for Body Contouring and Enhancement
    Washington, DC The US Food and Drug Administration (FDA) has issued an alert to the public and healthcare providers alike, stating that the agency has not approved injectable silicone for use to enhance or augment the body. Such use can lead to ongoing pain, infections, and serious injuries, such as scarring and permanent disfigurement, embolism (bloc...
  • Students Charge Donald Trump with Racketeering in “University” Scheme
    Nov-27-14 Two class action racketeering lawsuits and a lawsuit by the New York Attorney General have been filed against Donald Trump for swindling student-victims out of upwards of $35,000 each through their enrollment in his fictitious institution, Trump University. The supreme court of New York ruled earlier that Trump University, now renamed Trump Entreprene...
  • Suicides by Chantix Users Prompt FDA Advisory
    Feb-3-08 Rockville, MD: Serious neuropsychiatric symptoms have occurred in patients taking Chantix (Varenicline). These symptoms include changes in behavior, agitation, depressed mood, suicidal ideation, and attempted and completed suicide , according to a Public Health Advisory issued February 1, 2008 by the U.S. Food and Drug Administration (FDA). The FDA i...
  • Wells Fargo Fake Account Scandal Grinds On
    Apr-23-20 Oakland, CA The Northern District of California has approved attorneys’ fees in the settlement of the latest lawsuit arising from the massive Wells Fargo fake account fraud. The scandal came to light in 2016 after account holders raised questions about mysterious bank overdraft fees that they were charged. The bank’s misconduct, however, ma...
  • Byetta: Diabetes Drug Suspected in Acute Pancreatitis
    Oct-17-07 Washington, DC Yet another diabetes drug has come under fire, after it was revealed yesterday that Byetta , manufactured and distributed by Eli Lilly and Amylin Pharmaceuticals, could be linked to acute pancreatitis in some patients. Pancreatitis can develop quickly and most often subsides quickly in most patients. However, this inflammation of the...
  • FDA Scientist Graham Calls Glaxo Avandia Trial Useless
    Jul-30-07 Washington, DC: World-renowned cardiologist Dr Steven Nissen and statistician Kathy Wolski of the Cleveland Clinic posted a study online on May 21, 2007, to warn the public that the diabetes drug Avandia (rosiglitazone) increased the risk of heart attacks by 43% and the risk of death from cardiovascular causes by possibly 64%. A print edition of the s...
  • More Studies Examine SSRI and Birth Defects
    May-20-07 Seattle, WA: More studies are now underway to determine the link between certain types of antidepressants, known as selective serotonin reuptake inhibitors (SSRIs), and birth defects . Currently, The Yale Pink and Blue Study is being conducted to determine the association between depression, anti-depressant use during pregnancy, and the risk of del...
  • Credit Card Theft: An "Inside Job"
    May-14-07 Ann Arbor, MI A Michigan State University study has shown that as much as 70 per cent of all identity theft -- including credit card theft -- is the work of "insiders" such as store clerks and other employees. Michigan State professor Judith Collins, director of an identity theft program at the university, randomly selected thousands of cases from aro...
  • Spinach E. coli: Warnings Unnoticed for Two Days
    Dec-4-06 Salinas, CA: Concerns are now being raised that the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) did not warn consumers quickly enough about the recent E. coli spinach contamination that killed at least three people and made 200 more sick. Some critics believe that the deaths from the E. coli infection could have been prevented if the CDC had lear...
  • Accutane - Another Case of Too Little Too Late
    Apr-12-06 Accutane is prescribed to treat a type of severe acne called nodular acne which causes red, swollen, tender lumps to form under the skin. Accutane is supposed to be used only when all other treatments, including antibiotics, have failed. The treatment usually lasts 4 or 5 months, at a cost of about $3000, including lab tests and doctor's visits. The drug...
  • Expert Warns SSRI Side Effects Could Double Risk of Heart Defect
    Jul-13-13 The United Kingdom An expert with the National Institute for Health and Care Excellence (Nice) in Britain has warned about the risk of SSRI side effects in infants exposed to the antidepressants prior to birth. According to the Daily Mail (6/24/13), Professor Stephen Pilling is so concerned about the risks that he has urged doctors not to prescribe s...
  • Unum Claims Denials Cited as Defying Medical Science: Court
    Jul-8-12 Chattanooga, TN When the American Association for Justice (AAJ) put out its Top 10 List of worst insurance companies in the US, critics of Unum insurance were not surprised to find Unum named as the second-worst insurance company in America behind Allstate. And blogger Linda Nee writes that it's operational undertakings like systematic requests of poli...
  • Breast Implant Anaplastic Large Cell Lymphoma Lawsuit News
    Washington, DC: Individuals with breast implants are at risk of developing a type of cancer called breast implant associated with anaplastic large cell lymphoma, known as BIA-ALCL, which was first identified over 20 years ago. Most current data suggest that BIA-ALCL occurs following implantation of breast implants with textured surfaces rather than those wi...
  • FDA Takes Tougher Stand on Zocor 20 Years After Initial Approval
    Jun-26-11 Washington, DC The announcement earlier this month by the US Food and Drug Administration (FDA) with regard to serious Zocor side effects has prompted critics to wonder what cumulative damage the 80mg dose of Zocor (simvastatin) has wreaked in the 20 years since its approval by he FDA in 1991. That's the point made by blogger Matthew Herper, writing...
  • Whistleblower Legal News and Lawsuit Information
    A whistleblower can be anyone who witnesses and reports misconduct to people or entities that can take corrective action through whistleblower policy. Whistleblower cases can involve a violation of any law or regulation. Under the whistleblower protection act , whistleblower laws protect and compensate the whistleblower, including the corporate whistle...
  • Avandia's Safety Questioned
    Mar-14-10 New York, NY It's the stuff movies are made of: company executives arrange a secret meeting with a scientific expert who is trying to discredit the company. The expert secretly tapes the meeting and releases the tape to the media. Yet this is no movie script—according to the New York Times, this is exactly what happened when GlaxoSmithKline, maker of...
  • Cipro Side Effects Patients Describe Being 'Floxed'
    Oct-10-09 Hackensack, NJ Of all the Cipro side effects one hears about most often is Cipro tendon rupture . To that end the US Food and Drug Administration (FDA) mandated a black box warning for Cipro last year with regard to Cipro tendonitis and Cipro rupture. However there are many more side effects inherent with the Ciprofloxacin antibiotic, as the physical tr...
  • More Trouble for Ethex Corporation, More Drugs Recalled
    Jan-9-09 Rockville, MD The troubles continue for Ethex . Just weeks after the pharmaceutical manufacturer announced a recall of five generic drugs having the potential to be oversized, yet another generic drug in its roster has been put on the recall block for the exact same reason. Just before Christmas, Ethex Corporation triggered a voluntary recall of a...
  • Intragastric Balloon Surgery Lawsuits Legal News and Lawsuit Information
    Intragastric balloon lawsuits are now taking shape after a dozen deaths were attributed to the recently-approved form of weight-loss surgery. As of June 2018, the Food and Drug Administration linked 12 deaths to the implantation of what appears to be a defective medical device. The most recent reports implicate the Orbera Intragastric Balloon, manufactu...
Page: 1  2  3  4  5  6  7  8  9  -  10»  -  28   Next»



Request Legal Help Now! - Free