Health problems caused by a defective drug or medical device can be difficult to understand. Drugwatch provides support materials with valuable information that can help you make sense of drug and device complications, find treatment or learn about your legal options – all free of charge.
People with diabetes who took Actos (pioglitazone) to control their blood sugar are at increased risk for developing bladder cancer. "Actos & Bladder Cancer" explains how Actos causes bladder cancer and what you can expect from this disease. You can also learn about Actos bladder cancer lawsuits and possible compensation.Get your free copy
Bladder cancer is one of the most common types of cancer in the United States, and the diabetes drug Actos is linked to this disease. If you or a loved one was recently diagnosed with Actos bladder cancer, 100 Questions & Answers about Bladder Cancer can help you answer the most common questions you may have.Get your free copy
Some people received a hip implant and suffered from complications. "Understanding Hip Replacements: Complications and Your Legal Options" is full of information about the dangers of metal-on-metal implants. Learn about product recalls, why metal-on-metal implants can be hazardous to your health and why people are suing the companies that manufacture these implants.Get your free copy
Our pamphlet, "Transvaginal Mesh: Understanding the Complications and Your Legal Options," helps women, their husbands and families understand what transvaginal mesh is and how it can cause life-changing medical problems. The pamphlet also helps you or a loved one understand mesh complications, recalls and options for treatment – such as revision surgery for mesh removal – and why women sue mesh manufacturers.Get your free copy
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