Bayer and Johnson & Johnson are now pushing the Food and Drug Administration for another Xarelto indication in hopes of securing an even stronger spot in the anticoagulant market.
Look out, there’s a new, potentially lethal blood thinner in town, and its name is Eliquis.
The Food and Drug Administration has updated its stance on the use of power morcellators in the removal of uterine fibroids.
Xarelto is a fairly recent blood thinning medication and anticoagulant that’s supposed to reduce the risk of stroke, however, many men and women taking this prescription have experienced severe internal bleeding that have landed them in the hospital.
Thousand of women, especially those who’ve already had children, opt to use the intrauterine device (IUD) Mirena as a form of birth control, which is supposed to be effective for up to five years.
Men and their loved ones continue to file low testosterone lawsuits against the manufacturers of these treatments after many men have suffered heart attacks, strokes and cardiovascular events while taking their medications.
Men all over the country are filing lawsuits against the manufacturers of low testosterone treatments after they suffered a heart attack, stroke or other serious cardiovascular event while taking the medication.
Men around the country have filed low testosterone lawsuits against manufacturers of treatments for this condition after suffering heart attacks, strokes and other cardiovascular events.
Men around the country have been filing low testosterone lawsuits against drug manufacturers after suffering strokes, heart attacks and other cardiovascular events as a result of taking these medications.
A man from Texas has joined countless others in filing a product liability personal injury lawsuit against the manufacturers of the low testosterone treatment AndroGel.