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Talcum Powder- Ovarian Cancer Lawsuit Helpline

Written by lisaspitzer on . Posted in Pennsylvania Talcum Powder lawsuit helpline, Pennsylvania Talcum Powder Lawyer, Yaz Helpline News

Talcum Powder- Ovarian Cancer Lawsuit?

Talcum Powder lawyers for   Allentown, Erie, Harrisburg, Lancaster, Meadville, Philadelphia, Pittsburgh, Pocanos, Reading, Scranton, Williamsport, women  who now have an ovarian cancer diagnosis from years of using Talcum Powder.

Have You Been Diagnosed With Ovarian Cancer?

Have You Lost A Loved One To This Disease?

They Kept The Dangers Secret And Now You Pay The Price

Did you knew that women are suing Johnson and Johnson for ovarian cancer caused by years of using their Talcum Powder Products

Helping Women Get Compensation For Ovarian Cancer

Pennsylvania is helping victims of the Baby Powder Victim lawsuits get the compensation they deserve

Did You Use Talcum Powder For Years?

Speak To A Baby Powder Lawyer Speak To A Shower To Shower Lawyer

The Facts About Ovarian Cancer And Talc Are In

Studies show the using Talc based products on your private area or on sanitary napkins can cause the tiny particles to travel to your fallopian tubes or ovaries. They can sit there for years. Irritation can result in cancer cells. Finally as you reach retirement years you now have a diagnosis of ovarian cancer.

New Lawsuits In The News- Women Suing For Talcum Powder Injuries and Deaths

Lawsuits have already been filed and won. This is  not a new surprise. Apparently, Johnson and Johnson knew for years of the potential dangers but, kept it quiet.

Are you going to stay quiet?

J&J faces lawsuits over baby powder already Call us and speak to a Baby Powder – ovarian cancer lawyer today

Yaz Stronger warnings, Yaz Lawyers Filing Blood Clot Yaz lawsuits

Written by lisaspitzer on . Posted in Pennsylvania yaz Lawyers, Tennessee

Yaz has been shown to cause pulmonary embolism, Blood clots and Stroke in young women. Yaz lawyers Filing yaz Blood clot lawsuits.

FDA advisory panel recommends stronger warning for drospirenone-containing birth control
Publish date: Dec 16, 2011

 

An FDA advisory panel has recommended that some oral contraceptives may need stronger warning labels, according to recent reports.

The day-long joint meeting of the Reproductive Health Drugs Advisory Committee and the Drug Safety and Risk Management Advisory Committee of FDA was to involve discussion on the risks and benefits of drospirenone-containing birth control pills because of emerging safety concerns over the potentially higher risk of venous thromboembolism associated with these drugs compared with levonorgestrel-containing drugs, according to FDA meeting materials.

The committee heard testimony on research results from Bayer HealthCare Pharmaceuticals, the manufacturer of a family of drospirenone-containing birth control pills, including Yaz and Yasmin. Research results presented by Bayer demonstrated no increased risk of blood clots, which conflicted with other studies that found evidence that drospirenone was associated with higher risk of blood clot formation.

Although 15 of FDA's 26 expert advisors voted that the benefits of these birth control pills outweighed the risk of blood clots, 21 of the 26 panelists voted that the current labels for Bayer's drospirenone-containing combination oral contraceptives do not adequately reflect the products’ risk benefit profile and should be revised to include additional information from available studies, said a statement from Bayer.

In September, FDA released a statement informing the public that it remained concerned about the potential increased risk of blood clots with the use of drospirenone-containing birth control pills. The agency scheduled the meeting after several studies demonstrated conflicting results.

Bayer HealthCare Pharmaceuticals Vice President and Head of US Medical Affairs Pamela A. Cyrus, MD, said, "We thank the Committee members for their efforts and participation in the discussion on the benefit-risk profile for drospirenone-containing combination oral contraceptives.” The company added that it will continue to work with FDA and other regulatory authorities to make label updates as appropriate.