How Many Actos Patients Are Victims of a Negligent Drug Maker?
Sadly, millions of type 2 diabetes patients take Actos (pioglitazone) treatments without realizing that they could be putting their lives at risk – and all because the maker of Actos has failed to appropriately test their product or warn consumers about its risks.
So, what are the big risks associated with taking Actos (pioglitazone) treatments? According to a five-year interim analysis of a ten-year study, patients exposed to a high cumulative dose of pioglitazone are at very real risk of developing bladder cancer. This risk is so meaningful, in fact, that several European countries have taken aggressive steps to limit the prescription of Actos to type 2 diabetes patients.
Fears Nachawati is committed to protecting Actos (pioglitazone) consumers. If you have been taking Actos and have recently begun experiencing blood or red color urine, pain while urinating, or pain in your lower back or abdomen, you need to strike back with a one-two punch. First, visit with your doctor to find out if you’ve developed bladder cancer. Then, talk to the legal professionals at Fears Nachawati to learn whether your pain and suffering may be the result of a violation of your legal rights.
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