For not properly warning patients of the risks associated with prolonged use of this drug, many have filed claims against the manufacturers of Actos. With the increased diagnoses of bladder cancer in those taking this Type 2 diabetes medication, justice can be found for users of Actos. If you, or someone you...Read More
Physicians prescribe this drug as a way to regulate blood sugar levels for those diagnosed with Type 2 diabetes. Considered a blockbuster drug for Takeda Pharmaceuticals (and later Eli Lilly after their partnership), Actos soon became one of the most successful diabetes medications. Taking a 15 or 30 milligram dose once daily is recommended, though this can be increased to 45 milligrams by...Read More
With claims that the manufacturers of Actos are more concerned about their profits than the health of those using their medication, thousands of patients have filed lawsuits against Takeda and Eli Lilly.
If you are, or know, someone who has been diagnosed with bladder cancer as a result of treating Type 2 diabetes with Actos, you can receive compensation. Contacting a...Read More
The first case to go to trial in the federal Actos multidistrict litigation was Terrence Allen, et ux v. Takeda Pharmaceuticals. A jury found that the manufacturers neglected to warn patients...Read More