If you took the Diabetes drug Actos and developed Bladder Cancer anytime after taking the drug you might want to check out this web portal about filing a potential lawsuit against the makers of this popular Diabetes drug Takeda Pharmaceuticals. According to a FDA Warning those who took the drug Actos for one year or more are 40% more likely to develop Bladder Cancer than those who never took the drug. A study in France that took place between the years of 2006 and 2009 also support the FDA warning. Once the study was released Actos was immediately banned in France and other European nations. Please note that as of right now this is not a class action lawsuit and each individual claim will still retain its own identity. If anything changes an update will be posted. It is thought that more than 1000 claims will be filed in relation to Actos possibly causing Bladder Cancer to some of its users.
The Actos Bladder Cancer Risk website will ask you to answer a few short questions that include “did you take Actos?”, “how long did you take Actos for?” and “were you diagnosed with Bladder Cancer?”. If you answer yes to the last questions you will be asked to provide further details about your diagnoses. You will also be asked to elaborate about the nature of the condition by typing a short paragraph. If you do not feel like providing the information online you can call the toll-free number to speak with someone over the phone about filing a potential lawsuit. Type 2 diabetes affects millions of people across the world and is characterized by the body not processing insulin as it should and therefore cannot control the amount of sugar in the blood. You should also direct any questions about this Diabetes drug and any other drug to your doctor.