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Nexium, a popular proton pump inhibitor (PPI) medication used reduce excess stomach acid, has been shown to increase the risk of chronic kidney disease.
A recent study has shown that Prilosec and other Proton Pump Inhibitor (PPI) medications may increase the risk of developing chronic kidney disease.
Many are calling for a total recall of Essure, claiming too little research was done to prove the safety of the device.
If you suffered a recurrence of Hepatitis B as a result of taking a Hepatitis C medication, you may be eligible for financial compensation.
Patients or loved ones of those who have experienced medical injury after receiving Ethicon Physiomesh Composite should seek legal advice.
AstraZeneca’s prescription medication Onglyza, used in the treatment of Type 2 diabetes, may cause an increase in certain cardiovascular events.
The FDA has issued warnings about SGLT2 inhibitors concerning an increased risk Diabetic Ketoacidosis, kidney injury, and of amputation of leg, foot, or toes.
Bard is facing several hundred lawsuits by patients who have had the Recovery and G2 IVC filters implanted, resulting in injury.
Testosterone therapy lawsuits are appearing more frequently as thousands of men report injuries shortly after beginning treatment.
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