Avandia®, a diabetes drug, has been linked in studies to a substantial increase risk for heart related injuries including:
The FDA has strictly limited Avandia use in the US only to patients in which their medical doctor can confirm that the other means of diabetic treatment have failed. Additionally, a patient must be made aware of the significant risks to the heart that Avandia may pose.
Avandia®, a diabetes drug, had its first safety alert in May 2007. The FDA issued black box warning in Nov. 2007 for all diabetics taking Avandia.
The active component of Avandia®, Rosiglitazone, is also contained in Avandryl® and Avandamet®. Avandia® is marketed by GlaxoSmithKline.
Our lawyers are actively pursuing Avandia lawsuit settlements for our clients. If you or a loved one suffered a heart related injury while taking Avandia you may be entitled to money damages as compensation.
Contact us today to see if you or a loved one may be entitled to an Avandia lawsuit settlement.