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While temporary hair loss is a recognized and accepted side effect of chemotherapy treatments, permanent baldness and persistent thinning hair should not be when there are options that are as [...]READ MORE
Amiodarone, linked to deadly pulmonary fibrosis and pulmonary toxicity, is meant to be used only as a last resort medication but has been widely promoted by the manufacturers and prescribed as first [...]READ MORE
Invokana and Invokamet have been linked to one complication after another since being fast tracked through the FDA approval process with far too little research or understanding of the potential [...]READ MORE
Monsanto Roundup has been linked to serious side effects including: Leukemia; Bone Cancer; Non Hodgkin Lymphoma, other cancers, kidney disease, celiac like symptoms, and the glyphosate-based [...]READ MORE
Mirena IUD claims are being filed for women who used the dangerous device and suffered pseudotumor cerebri. The long-term effects of pseudotumor cerebri (PTC) can be devastating, and a pseudotumor [...]READ MORE
As more information comes to light about the potential for hernia mesh devices to cause devastating side effects in patients, more and more hernia mesh recipients are pursuing legal claims against [...]READ MORE
Getting paclitaxel (Taxol) weekly had more benefits than getting Docetaxel (Taxotere) weekly or every 3 weeks for these women without the side effect of permanent or persistent hair loss or long term thinning hair.