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Baycol Baycol is a member of a class of cholesterol lowering drugs that are commonly referred to as “statins.”The prescription drug has been reported to cause muscle problems (myopathy), and rhabdomyolysis, which can lead to kidney damage and death from acute renal (kidney) failure. View more
Breast Implants The firm has represented more than one thousand recipients of breast implants and continues to represent women with claims against Dow Corning, the largest manufacturer of breast implants. View more
Dietary Supplements Kava-containing products have been associated with liver-related injuries, including hepatitis, cirrhosis, and liver failure. View more
Ephedra  Products containing ephedra have been linked with increased risk of heart palpitations, gastrointestinal, psychiatric and nervous system problems. View more
 Enbrel Enbrel has been used for the treatment of some cases of juvenile rheumatoid arthritis. Patients being given Enbrel have experienced side effects such as the following: susceptibility to infection, sepsis and other serious blood disorders, serious nervous system disorders such as multiple sclerosis, seizures, and inflammation of the nerves of the eyes. View more
Fen-Phen Diet Drugs American Home Products, a company that manufactured “Fen” and “Redux” diet drugs, has proposed a class action settlement of $4.83 billion dollars for people who took either of these drugs. View more
Hismanal Seldane competitor Hismanal (an allergy medicine) was pulled from the market in 1999 because it caused deadly interactions with numerous other medications. View more
Hormone Replacement Therapy This hormone replacement therapy (“HRT”) has been prescribed for relief of menopausal symptoms and prevention of osteoporosis. The Women’s Health Initiative, a national fifteen-year study, has concluded that women taking Hormone Replacements are at increased risk of breast cancer, coronary heart disease, stroke and pulmonary embolism. View more
Lead Paint Poisoning Lead can be found in the paint inside your home or apartment, vinyl mini- blinds, soil, and water from your tap. Lead can cause learning problems, behavior problems, hearing loss, mental retardation, convulsions, coma, and even death. View more
OxyContin OxyContin is a strong narcotic pain reliever, available only by prescription, that has received much recent attention in the news. View more
Posicor Posicor is a blood pressure medicine approved in 1997 and banned in 1998 because it caused potentially deadly interactions with 25 other medicines. View more
PPA It has been linked to increased hemorrhagic stroke (bleeding in brain) and other serious problems, particularly in women. Problems were not found in men, but the FDA recommends that EVERYONE (even children) seek alternative medicine. View more
Propulsid Propulsid, a heartburn drug approved in 1993 and banned from pharmacies in the summer of 2000. View more
Raxar Raxar, an antibiotic approved in 1997 and pulled off the market in 1999 after causing deadly irregular heartbeats. View more
Rotashield Rotashield, a vaccine for severe childhood diarrhea approved in 1998 and banned in 1999 after causing bowel obstruction. View more
 Trovan Trovan is an antibiotic approved in 1998 and banned from pharmacies in 1999 after causing liver failure. View more
 Vicodin Vicodin is a powerful pain reliever, where high dosages may cause sudden deafness. View more
 Vioxx Almost four years ago (November 2000), the VIGOR study found Vioxx caused a four- to five-fold increase in heart attacks. View more
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