Round Up Lawsuit Updates

Posted by James GeorgeJan 06, 20200 Comments

If you are not familiar with Round Up or the lawsuits surrounding their weed killer products, studies have shown that RoundUp Weedkiller is linked to cancer. RoundUp and it's a larger entity, Bayer denies this claim. However, Bayer is considering settling all cases and moving on. Round-Up and it'...

What is the typical hernia mesh repair recovery time?

Posted by James GeorgeDec 30, 20190 Comments

About Hernia Mesh Repair Recovery Time When considering the amount of recovery time for a hernia mesh repair, you have to take into account several factors. Not every case will be the same, because every hernia mesh repair surgery will be different. Some hernias are more severe than others. Some ...

Hernia Mesh Lawsuits

Posted by James GeorgeDec 27, 20190 Comments

About Hernia Mesh Lawsuits Hernia mesh lawsuits began when hernia mesh devices started failing, causing numerous medical problems with patients. Hernia mesh complications range from severe pain to bowel obstructions, hernia recurrence, and organ perforation. The manufacturers are being sued over ...

What are causes for Hernia Mesh Repair Surgery?

Posted by James GeorgeDec 19, 20190 Comments

Hernia mesh devices are often used to repair hernias, which are when structural tissue fails. The problem with hernia mesh devices is that many have been known to be faulty. Faulty or defective hernia mesh devices have caused numerous problems for hernia patients in recent years. Those hernia mes...

How Do I Find Out About Recalled Hernia Mesh Devices?

Posted by James GeorgeDec 16, 20190 Comments

A hernia can be a painful situation that may require surgery. In some cases, you may need to have a hernia mesh implant inserted into your body. This will reinforce weak tissue and allow for healing in most cases. However, studies have found that there are some defective hernia mesh devices that ...

What should I do if my hernia mesh has failed?

Posted by James GeorgeDec 09, 20190 Comments

Weak or damaged tissue that can no longer keep its shape or function as it used to may require a surgical mesh. One of the most common types of surgery is hernia mesh surgery. Hernia mesh comes in many shapes, sizes, and materials. It is important to know the differences. Surgical mesh can be mad...

Victoza and lawsuit information

Posted by James GeorgeDec 03, 20190 Comments

Lawsuits surrounding Victoza A drug used to treat diabetes type 2 is Victoza. In multi-district litigation involving four of these drugs or the companies making them, Victoza's claims have been merged. While drugs help patients with type 2 diabetes to reduce blood sugar levels, they can lead to s...

Victoza And Its Link to Pancreatic Cancer

Posted by James GeorgeNov 27, 20190 Comments

Many prescription drugs for diabetes have been tested further for the risk of patients, and Victoza is no exception. In December 2017, Victoza was one of many medications of its kind, which had formerly been subject to withdrawn litigation and which had been reintroduced by the federal appeals co...

Januvia (Janumet) And Pancreatic Cancer

Posted by James GeorgeNov 21, 20190 Comments

The generic oral diabetes drug Januvia (sitagliptin) developed by Merck & Company to controls blood sugar levels in the body. The medicine is active because after consuming it, it controls the body's insulin levels. The diagnosis for Type II diabetes is accepted and does not function with Type I ...

Byetta And Pancreatic Cancer

Posted by James GeorgeNov 19, 20190 Comments

In addition to an increased risk for pancreatitis, pancreatic cancer, and other health problems, Byetta is a two-time injectant drug prescription for people with diabetes to control the levels of blood sugar. Byetta manufacturers have failed to correctly test the side effects of their medicinal p...

Onglyza and its link to serious heart conditions

Posted by James GeorgeNov 15, 20190 Comments

Onglyza is a drug that is used to treat type 2 diabetes. It was approved by the Food and Drug administration and released to the public. Even though Onglyza was approved, later studies revealed the risks associated with taking it to fight diabetes. Onglyza and Heart Failure Onglyza has been link...

Tasigna Side Effects You Need to Know

Posted by James GeorgeNov 04, 20190 Comments

What is Tasigna? Also called Nilotinib, it is utilized to treat a specific sort of blood cancer (Chronic myelogenous leukemia -or CML). Tasigna was approved by the U.S. Food and Drug Administration in 2007 and prescribed to treat leukemia. Essentially, what Tasigna does is block the proteins that...

Uloric Side effects: An Overview

Posted by James GeorgeOct 25, 20190 Comments

What is Febuxostat (Uloric)? Febuxostat is used to decrease the generation of uric acid in your body. A development of uric acid can cause gout side effects. Febuxostat is utilized to shield uric acid levels from getting too high in individuals with gout. Uses: Febuxostat is used by individuals...

Can Truvada Cause Kidney Disease?

Posted by James GeorgeOct 22, 20190 Comments

Since roughly 2012, Truvada  PrEP has been on the market to help prevent the spread of HIV and AIDS. If your are negative for HIV, then taking PrEP can help you to avoid getting it. It has been known for some time that the side effects of PrEP are minor, but recently it has surfaced that treatme...

Zantac and Cancer

Posted by James GeorgeOct 20, 20190 Comments

In the event that you or a relative take ranitidine (Zantac) to alleviate indigestion, you may have heard that the FDA has discovered a likely human cancer-causing agent (a substance that could cause malignant growth) in it. The story is unfurling and numerous subtleties stay dim. Here is the th...

Zostavax

Posted by James GeorgeOct 18, 20190 Comments

What is Zostavax? Zostavax is utilized to anticipate herpes zoster infection (shingles) in individuals who are of the age 50 and more. Herpes zoster is brought to individuals by a similar infection (varicella) that causes chickenpox in youngsters. At the point when this infection winds up dynam...

Is Round Up linked to Leukemia?

Posted by James GeorgeOct 15, 20190 Comments

The main use of the weed killer Roundup and different pesticides are in agriculture and gardening. The Farmers can apply Roundup to whole fields to kill the pesticides without destroying their harvests. Monsanto's Roundup Ready yields, which are hereditarily adjusted to endure substantial use, r...

What ingredient in Round Up is unsafe?

Posted by James GeorgeOct 08, 20190 Comments

Roundup is the most broadly used herbicide on the planet, and its key compound is called glyphosate. It is known to have potential health risks that can cause different diseases in humans. Be that as it may, coaxing out the health dangers of glyphosate isn't simple. According to the World Health...

Is Roundup linked to Non-Hodgkin’s Lymphoma?

Posted by James GeorgeOct 02, 20190 Comments

There are a number of evidences that suggest that long-term exposure increases the risk of non-Hodgkin's Lymphoma which is a blood cancer and it starts from lymphocytes and eventually spreads to the whole body. Monsanto, the company which is producing this product had roughly $994 million in sal...

What kind of Cancers does Roundup cause?

Posted by James GeorgeSep 25, 20190 Comments

An online journal Mutation Research/Reviews in Mutation Research by has scientifically proved that Roundup increases the rate of different types of cancers in the human body up to 41% (Holtz, 2019). Monsanto does not accept the accusations against their company and they provided their own reason...

Is Roundup linked to Blood Cancer?

Posted by James GeorgeSep 22, 20190 Comments

Roundup is a brand that is basically a glyphosate-based herbicide and it is originally produced by Monsanto and it was acquired by Bayer in 2018. Roundup is an herbicide that is used for killing the weed for better production of plants (WebMD, n.d.). The controversy started when the U.S jury fou...

Valsartan’s link to Liver Cancer

Posted by James GeorgeSep 16, 20190 Comments

Valsartan is a hypertension sedate that is viewed commonly as safe and is preferred by patients over other medicines. Like any medication, in any case, it accompanies reactions. Some reactions of the medication for blood pressure are worse than others and they are in need of therapeutic consider...

Valsartan and it’s link to colorectal cancer

Posted by James GeorgeSep 10, 20190 Comments

Valsartan is a medication recommended for hypertension and heart disappointment. The FDA reported a review of specific items containing Valsartan produced by Chinese medication organization Zhejiang Huahai Pharmaceutical Co. (ZHP), on the grounds that specialists found that a cancer-causing agen...

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