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Booster ShotsSulfonylureas, the first family of oral drugs used for treating type 2 diabetes, increase the risk of death from all causes by as much as 61% compared with the newer drug metformin, British researchers have found. Some researchers have suspected......
Firm Makes an Art of Joining Forces for Major Impact“It’s critical that consumers be allowed to band together to take on rich, powerful corporations.” —Graham LippSmith Some of the most important tools a lawyer has to help injured people are class and mass actions. Such lawsuits...
If your insurance has ever stopped covering a prescription drug or you don’t have coverage at all, you know how quickly costs can mount. Americans spent, on average, $758 out of pocket for medication in 2012, according to a recent Consumer Reports...
If you take Lipitor, Actos, or Lexapro, new generics of these and other big-name drugs could be a real money saver. But are you saving as much as you should? Consumer Reports has discovered just because you're buying a generic drug doesn't mean you're...
From defective cars to dangerous drugs to hazardous roadways, the firm has represented thousands of clients in individual suits, class actions and mass torts over the past four decades. Robinson Calcagnie Robinson Shapiro Davis, Inc. specializes in...
Dozens of brand-name prescription drugs are losing their patent protection, allowing generic versions to enter the market and consumers to save 30 to 80 percent on those medications, said David Belian, director of media relations for the Generic...
By harnessing the power of lifestyle, the following people are managing their Type 2 diabetes without insulin, and in some cases without any medication at all. Some made the commitment when they were first diagnosed, but others reversed a condition that...
AP Business WriterThe diabetes pill Avandia has been used by millions of patients and racked up billions in sales in more than a decade on the market. This week the Food and Drug Administration is trying to answer a seemingly simple question: Does it cause heart attacks?...
About one month after a Food and Drug Administration advisory panel said the diabetes pill Avandia should remain on the market but with strict warnings about heart attack risk, a similar pill sold by a Deerfield-based drugmaker is holding its own in the...
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