Claims Facing Abilify

The use of the drug Abilify has been connected to behavioral changes in patients. Most commonly, a newly-developed addiction to gambling, and other associated compulsive traits, is developed. This causes users of the drug to be in extreme debt, which is not only mind-altering attitudes, but also life-changing...

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You cannot take this medication if you have:

  • Liver or kidney disease
  • Heart disease, or heart rhythm problems
  • High or low blood sugar
  • High cholesterol or...
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History

The Food and Drug Administration (FDA) approves Abilify
Patients with dementia-related psychosis are revealed to potentially have an increased risk of death while taking Abilify, causing a black box warning to be added to the packaging
In order to resolve an allegation of illegal drug marketing, and pricing, of Abilify, Bristol-Myers Squibb was ordered to pay over $515 million
Volume 39, Issue 3, of Addictive Behaviors publishes a study indicated a potential risk of pathological gambling, and aripiprazole use while using the drug
A study by the Journal of the American Medical Association is published on dopamine receptor agonist drugs (aripiprazole), and shows increased behaviors in pathological gambling, hypersexuality, and compulsive shopping
A drug safety announcement is released by the FDA regarding the impulse-control problems caused by mental health drugs such as Abilify
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What Does Abilify Do?

Mental illnesses including major depression, bipolar disorder, or schizophrenia, can severely cripple the lives of those suffering from these diseases. Atypical antipsychotic drugs like Abilify are prescribed by doctors to these patients as a way to manage associated symptoms, and lead a more stable life.

Unlike similar antipsychotic medication, Abilify does not block chemical...

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Lawsuits Filed Against Bristol-Myers Squibb

Patients who have taken Abilify have suffered from compulsive gambling, and losing large amounts of money, resulting in extreme financial hardship. Numerous lawsuits have been filed against Bristol-Myers Squibb, and Otsuka Pharmaceutical Co., manufacturers of Abilify, for not properly warning doctors and patients about these dangers of the drug.

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Cases of Similar Drugs

When releasing any sort of medication, especially ones that alter behaviors, drug companies must inform the public and medical professionals of any harmful side effects. The warnings released for...

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