LegalView Updates Avandia Portal with Details of Conclusive Evidence on Link between Avandia and Increased Bone Fractures among Patients
May 15, 2008 (PRLEAP.COM) Health NewsDenver, CO - LegalView.com updated its Avandia information portal with details of a study recently conducted by Swiss researchers. The study definitively linked Avandia to early onset osteoporosis and bone fracture among long-term patients. The study compared a diabetic control group of individuals without fractures during an 11-year period to a group of more than 1,000 diabetics diagnosed with bone fractures by British physicians. Type 2 diabetes sufferers who have taken Avandia should speak to a pharmaceutical law firm immediately for help with developing potential Avandia lawsuit to receive monetary compensation for the incurred medical costs associated with the Avandia risks.
Avandia was approved by the FDA in May 1999, manufactured by GlaxoSmithKline, and quickly became a popular treatment for type 2 diabetes, also known as diabetes mellitus type 2. According to the American Diabetes Association, an estimated 14.6 million individuals have diabetes and almost 6.2 million are unaware of their diagnosis. Avandia has been reportedly prescribed to nearly 3.5 million diabetes type 2 sufferers in America. Additionally, speaking with an experienced Avandia law firm about the potential for an Avandia osteoporosis lawsuit is advisable. Individuals may have the potential for receiving monetary compensation as a result of the Avandia safety risks .
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Mesothelioma is a terminal cancer associated with the inhalation of asbestos fibers and asbestos dust. It was used for an array of construction-related purposes in the 20th century including insulation for homes, apartment buildings, schools, universities and government buildings. Individuals who have been burdened with this condition should consider speaking to an attorney about developing a mesothelioma lawsuit for the potential of receiving compensation.
The ongoing Baxter Heparin controversy relates to a batch of the contaminated blood thinner that may have sickened hundreds and be linked with the deaths of at least 80 individuals. Heparin, from Baxter International Corp., is an injectable drug used during surgical procedures to thin blood and avoid the development of blood clots, which can be deadly. Officials continue to play the blame game and while there was a Heparin recall intiated, many were sickened and left with the bill. Those who were given tainted Heparin can get help with locating a pharmaceutical attorney for advice on Heparin litigation by using the attorney locator at http://baxter-heparin.legalview.com/.
Finally, to learn more about the two cholesterol drugs Vytorin and Zetia, which have been determined to be three times more expensive and less effective than generic versions of the drugs, visitors can use the Vytorin and Zetia information portals to learn about the drugs and the potential for a lawsuit.
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