Does Actos Cause Bladder Cancer? By James O’Callahan

James G. O'Callahan - personal-injury-general - Super Lawyers

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Girardi | Keese
1126 Wilshire Boulevard
Los Angeles, CA
Phone: 213-977-0211
Fax: 213-481-1554

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James O’Callahan: The science indicates that patients who have been on Actos for over a year have a significant risk of developing bladder cancer. That is born out by the evidence of scientific studies that have been undertaken to determine what risks people have if they take Actos for a prolonged period of time.

We don’t think that if you have a case in which you develop bladder cancer as a result of taking Actos that you should participate in a class action. We believe the best way to protect your rights and to ensure that you’re fully compensated for the injuries you suffered as a result of taking Actos would be to file an individual case, and those are the cases that we’ve been filing here in California State Court. We believe that if you file a case as an individual you’ll have a much better chance of seeing that your rights are vindicated.

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