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South Dakota Woman Alleges Link Between Talc and Ovarian Cancer :

Publish Date : 06/06/2016

Ten years ago Deane Berg was diagnosed with Ovarian Cancer. She was only 49 at the time. Berg began researching the disease and found a number of studies that linked the use of talcum powder to an

Minnesota Woman Loses $150,000 While Taking Abilify :

Publish Date : 05/24/2016

A new NBC News report notes that the US Food and Drug Administration has recently warned consumers that popular anti-psychotic drug, Abilify, may cause compulsive behaviors. These behaviors can

Jury Awards 55 Million Dollars in Talcum Powder Suit :

Publish Date : 05/09/2016

A jury in St. Louis ordered Johnson & Johnson to pay $55 Million to a woman who claims that use of their talcum powder caused her ovarian cancer. Gloria Ristesund, a 62 year old woman from

Taxotere and Permanent Hair Loss :

Publish Date : 04/19/2016

Cancer is a horrible disease. It can strike people with little warning and have devastating effects on a person’s health and well being and the lives of their loved ones. What’s even more

New Filing Deadline in Xarelto Cases :

Publish Date : 04/05/2016

On March 21st, a federal judge in Louisiana instituted a new filing deadline in Xarelto cases. This deadline, imposed by Judge Eldon Fallon in Pretrial Order No. 11E, bars plaintiffs from filing

Canadian Families Recognize IVC Filter Danger :

Publish Date : 03/01/2016

Two class action lawsuits have been filed in Canada against Cook Medical, an American IVC filter manufacturer. While suits against IVC filter manufacturers have been proceeding in the United States

Family Shares Story of Zofran Use :

Publish Date : 02/25/2016

As of this month, over two hundred families have filed suit against GlaxoSmithKline (GSK) alleging that blockbuster anti-nausea drug Zofran caused their children to be born with defects. These birth

FDA Warns of Transvaginal Mesh Danger :

Transvaginal Mesh
Publish Date : 02/19/2016

In January, the Food and Drug Administration took the bold step of reclassifying surgical mesh as a class III device. This is a recognition by the FDA that surgical mesh is a high-risk device and

Zofran Plaintiffs Win Key Early Victory :

Publish Date : 02/11/2016

In January, a federal judge ruled that lawsuits against Zofran manufacturer GlaxoSmithKline (GSK) could proceed. These suits allege that that GSK promoted Zofran, an anti-nausea drug, for off-label

C.R. Bard Knew of IVC Filter Defects :

Publish Date : 01/19/2016

According to an NBC News report, C.R. Bard, a manufacturer of IVC Filters, knew of problems with its products, but continued selling them anyway. IVC Filters work to catch blood clots and prevent