Drug Injury Lawyers Protect Diabetes Patients
Invokana is a recently approved Johnson & Johnson drug designed to treat diabetes. It claims to work by releasing sugar from the blood through the kidneys and bladder, thus controlling blood-sugar levels. However, the drug has some major side effects, particularly among patients with a high risk for cardiovascular disease.
Other effects of Invokana include:
- Yeast infections
- Decreased kidney function
- Increase in bone fractures
- Raised acid levels in the blood
One study showed that 13 patients with cardiovascular disease who took Invokana suffered a major stroke, heart failure, or heart attack in the first 30 days of taking it. Of the placebo-taking patients, only one suffered a heart issue of any kind. Despite these findings, the drug has no warnings regarding its use by those with cardiovascular problems. Contact BCH for a free case consultation today. Call (888) 367-7160.
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BCH is a nationally-recognized name, and we help everyday people seek justice against negligent pharmaceutical corporations. We have decades of experience holding companies accountable for the adverse effects of their products and medications.
At our firm, our clients are not numbers or case files—they are human beings, facing off against some of the largest companies in the world for their injuries. We believe you deserve justice, both professionally and personally, and we fight relentlessly for justice on your behalf. For our clients, issues arising from Invokana and other poorly-tested drugs are life-changing and potentially life-threatening. To help those impacted by this drug, we put our resources behind our clients to help them recover compensation for needed medical procedures, long-term care, and pain and suffering. If you would like to see how we can help, call (888) 367-7160 today.
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