NuvaRing Makers: What Did They Know, When Did They Know It?
For the drug manufacturers of NuvaRing, a widely prescribed female contraceptive device, there are two questions that victim-patients are asking: what did you know and when did you know it?
Tragically, NuvaRing may be responsible for a number of victims’ severe health conditions, including pulmonary embolism, deep vein thrombosis, and heart attacks. In fact, FDA research concluded that the blood clot risks associated with NuvaRing were more than 50 percent greater than traditional birth control pills.
Risky drugs are not necessarily bad. Experimental medication, for instance, often carries unknown side effects. However, implicitly or explicitly asserting a risk level to lower than reality would suggest is unfair to consumers. To do it knowingly is even worse.
The jury is still out on whether NuvaRing makers are responsible for a failure to properly disclose the risks of this product. Nevertheless, many NuvaRing patients believe they may have a case. If you’re one of them, contact the professionals at the law firm of Fears Nachawati. With years of experience and dedicated expertise, we know how to help you.
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