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Taxotere Hair Loss: Breast Cancer Drug Causes Alopecia in Women

It was back during the late 1990s that the U. S. Food and Drug Administration (FDA) first approved injections of docetaxel (brand name Taxotere®) for different forms of cancer. Since that time, it’s been approved to treat breast, prostate, head, and neck cancers. Patients suffering from gastric cancers and non-small cell lung cancer have also been advised to use this drug. At present, many patients are now filing lawsuits claiming their doctors failed to inform them that using this drug could result in permanent (not just temporary) hair loss. While some observers have tried to minimize the significance of permanent hair...

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Actos Bladder Cancer Lawyers | Actos Injury Attorney

Actos Lawyers, F&A represents patients who have been diagnosed with bladder cancer after having taken prescription drug Actos (pioglitazone). This medication is usually prescribed for individuals with Type 2 diabetes and is manufactured by Takeda Pharmaceutical Company, Ltd., a Japanese company. The US Food & Drug Administration issued a safety alert in June 2011 informing the public that use of Actos for more than one year may be linked to an increased risk of bladder cancer. Several european countries including France have banned Actos. While Takeda changed the label on the drug to warn patients of this increased bladder cancer risk,...

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Fungal Meningitis Outbreak Lawyer NY

Fungal Meningitis Outbreak Lawyers - Frekhtman Associates represent victims of contaminated steroid injections.  Call Now 866-ATTY-LAW for a free consultation. Fungal Meningitis Outbreak was caused by Epidural Steroid Pain Management Injections for Back Pain Sufferers. According to the U.S. Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (“CDC”), more than 14,000 back pain patients across the United States in 23 different states have been treated with a tainted pain relief medicine that may have caused fungal meningitis. As of this week, almost 500 cases along with 34 deaths are linked to the outbreak following a pain relief injection that utilized the steroid methylprednilosone acetate, a...

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