Tag Archives: Dangerous Drug Lawyer

Why Merck Still Doesn’t Warn About Propecia Causing Impotence

The pharmaceutical industry is plagued by the same problem as the entertainment industries: their business models are too reliant on blockbusters.  I'm certainly not the first person to notice that — even drug company CEOs have openly fretted about it — but the problem persists and grows each year. As the pharmaceutical consulting company L.E.K. pointed out a few months ago, "Blockbusters have become the centerpiece of the biopharma industry, growing from 16% of global drug revenue in 1995 to 35% in 2010." In the entertainment industry, the consequences of that reliance on blockbusters is merely a string of bad sequels ... Continue Reading

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Recalled Product Lawsuits Getting Harder, Children’s Tylenol Edition

One thing you learn as a personal injury lawyer is that many everyday products are far more dangerous than you thought. Until I became a lawyer and began screening cases and receiving calls, I hadn't a clue that Children's Motrin could cause Stevens-Johnson Syndrome. Tylenol is another example. I've used acetaminophen safely for years without a problem, and I thanked my lucky stars for it when 1,000mg of the stuff brought me back from the delirium caused by a 104+ fever. Every week, though, approximately ten people die and one-thousand are sent to the emergency department by acetaminophen overdosing. Which ... Continue Reading

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