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Los Angeles Law Firm Now Investigating Transvaginal Mesh Injury Claims

11-24-2011 07:31 AM CET | Politics, Law & Society

Press release from: Nadrich & Cohen, LLP

Los Angeles, CA, November 21, 2011 – Nadrich & Cohen, LLP, a national law firm dedicated to protecting the rights of individuals who have been harmed by defective drugs, is now investigating cases nationwide involving patients who have developed bladder cancer after using the prescription drug Actos.

As part of its effort to reach out to Actos users in all 50 states, Nadrich & Cohen has launched a new website devoted to Actos bladder cancer claims. The new website at offers a complete history of the health warnings associated with Actos, an overview of the symptoms of bladder cancer as well as regular news updates on Actos research, Actos lawsuits and the future of Actos on the worldwide market.

In June of 2011, both France and Germany issued a recall of Actos and pulled the drug off the market after research indicated that long-term Actos users had a significantly increased risk for developing bladder cancer and other serious conditions.

That same month, the U.S. Food and Drug Administration issued new warnings for Actos regarding the bladder cancer risk but declined to initiate a recall of the drug. Most recently, the European Medical Agency issued a statement supporting the use of Actos for patients with Type 2 diabetes in cases where other forms of treatment have been unsuccessful.

Following the FDA’s warning, a number of Actos side effects lawsuits have been filed in federal courts across the country. According to court documents, the lawsuits allege that not only did Actos cause bladder cancer in the plaintiffs but Takeda Pharmaceuticals staged a concerted effort to conceal the drug’s potential side effects. A hearing has been scheduled for December 1, 2011 at which time the U.S. Judicial Penal on Multidistrict Litigation will decide whether the Actos lawsuits will be consolidated for trial in the U.S. District Court for the Southern District of Illinois.

While the future of Actos remains uncertain, Takeda Pharmaceuticals is continuing to manufacture Actos and profit from its sale in countries around the world. Since its introduction to the market, Actos has been a leading moneymaker for the Japan-based drug-maker, generating billions of dollars annually in revenue.

If you or a loved one has developed bladder cancer or other serious health conditions after taking Actos, the experienced legal team at Nadrich & Cohen, LLP is here to help. Our Actos side effects website is your one-stop source for the latest Actos news and information. Contact us today at 1-800-722-0765 for a free initial evaluation of your Actos bladder cancer injury claim.



Nadrich & Cohen, LLP

12100 Wilshire Blvd Suite 1250

Los Angeles, CA 90025

(800) 722-0765

Nadrich & Cohen, LLP is a nationally recognized law firm specializing in handling personal injury claims across the country. In addition to handling transvaginal mesh injury claims, we also handle claims involving harmful prescription drugs such as Actos and Yaz, defective medical devices, such as the DePuy hip implant and accidents caused by negligence, including car accidents, motorcycle accidents and bicycle accidents.

Nadrich & Cohen, LLP
12100 Wilshire Blvd Suite 1250
Los Angeles, CA 90025
Jennifer Poole

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