Kidney Failure Dialysis Medication Actos Lawsuit Attorney Offering Free Lawsuit Case Evaluations For People Diagnosed With Bladder Cancer

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Dialysis complications attorneys with are offering a free legal case review for people diagnosed with bladder cancer who took the popular diabetes medication Actos. The risks may not have been adequately warned and the potential for contracting cancer not adequately made clear.

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People deserve to be adequately warned of risks, so they can make informed decisions about their health...

The dialysis injury firm has announced they are offering nationally a free legal case review to people with bladder cancer who were prescribed the medication Actos. The loved ones and victims are invited to contact the firm to find out if they have a case and what their legal options are.

According to the lead Actos attorney with the firm, the popular medication contains pioglitazone hydrochloride, used in treating diabetes. The FDA on June 15, 2011 issued a bladder cancer risk alert for the medication, reporting that increased risks associated with the active ingredients of the popular medication.

Complications arising from the use of the medication include:

  • Bladder Cancer
  • Nausea
  • Weight Fluctuations
  • Blood Glucose Spikes

People who were not adequately warned of the risks and have contracted bladder cancer following the use of the medication may be entitled to significant compensation from the pharmaceutical manufacturer.

"Patients undergoing diabetes treatments, receiving dialysis from clinics, and taking medications to help with their glucose levels, deserve to be fully informed of the risks so as to make an informed choice regarding their health," stated dialysis attorney Don Worley.

Medical treatments for diabetes have come under legal scrutiny following a Class I recall of the popular dialysis acid bicarbonate mixture GranuFlo & NaturaLyte, and following the cancer risk alert issued on Actos.

The dialysis related injuries attorneys with the firm accept clients nationally, offering legal options and information to those harmed as a result of treatment. People with bladder cancer who took Actos and want to take advantage of the offer to get their free Actos lawsuit evaluation should visit:

Additionally, people who, or the loved ones of those who suffered dialysis complications including cardiac arrest, stroke, cardiovascular problems or death are asked to visit online to get their legal options review here:

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