Two-step Mesothelioma Treatment Raises Two Emotions

After reading this article posted on our Mesothelioma & Asbestos page, I was elated that a potentially more effective way to treat mesothelioma with chemotherapy could be on the horizon. While the two-step method still has to be verified in human trials, there is hope that it will improve... click to read more





New Drug Delivery Method May Help Mesothelioma Patients

Doctors at Boston University and Brigham and Women’s Hospital say they may have found a more effective treatment method for mesothelioma patients. The new method would deliver the chemotherapy drugs directly into mesothelioma tumors. In the past, doctors have warned mesothelioma patients that the effectiveness of chemotherapy to treat... click to read more



Takata Airbag Recall List

Millions of vehicles have been recalled because they contain potentially defective Takata airbags. In the event of a crash, these defective airbag can explode, expelling metal fragments into the cabin of the car when deployed. View the list of vehicles we are investigating regarding defective Takata airbags...

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FDA Warns of Ketoacidosis with Certain Diabetes Drugs

An article on the American Academy of Family Physicians’ website discussed the FDA’s recent move to add warnings to the labels of diabetes drugs like Invokana to notify users about the potential risk of ketoacidosis. The article also cautioned physicians whose patients are on these diabetes drugs to watch... click to read more



No Legal Recourse for Injuries from Generic Drugs

When a person suffers injuries from a generic drug, there may be no recourse in a court of law. Unfortunately, one Massachusetts family had to discover this the hard way. A report done by a local CBS affiliate on the Steele family illustrates how patients taking generic drugs could... click to read more



Innovator Liability in Massachusetts

After reading this article I wanted to see how Massachusetts’ courts had ruled on the issue of innovator liability. A majority of them found that brand name manufacturers were not liable for injuries caused by use of their identical generic versions. The courts’ reasoning seemed to be summed up... click to read more



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