Texas and Oklahoma personal injury attorney Kay Van Wey uses Pill Mill Monitor to share news and views about about prescription drug diversion for victims and their families.
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When an 83 year-old man went to University Hospital in Salt Lake City, Utah after falling at home and suffering minor trauma, his doctors never imagined he would suffer a Pradaxa serious bleeding event. Minor Trauma Can Cause a Pradaxa Serious Bleeding Event A case report featured in the...
Video Source: khou.com Victoza was first widely publicized and marketed when southern chef Paula Deen made the announcement that she is a diabetic. Simultaneous with her announcement, Deen endorsed Victoza, saying that the drug has helped her control her diabetes. But...
In recent weeks, news stories about cancer drugs in dangerous short supply have been capturing headlines across the nation. But few people know that cancer drugs are not the only vital drugs in short supply. Nationwide, hospitals and ambulance companies have had to ration supplies of hundreds of...
Paula Deen recently endorsed the potentially dangerous diabetes drug Victoza, making headlines that have drawn criticism. On Victoza's label is a warning that the drug may cause pancreatitis, much like the warnings on other diabetes drugs Byetta and Januvia. Since the drug was approved in 2010,...
The Drug Enforcement Administration (DEA) and U.S. Attorney’s Office in Las Vegas have been working in unison to identify pharmacies violating federal drug laws and hold them accountable for their illegal acts. On February 7, 2012, the work of these two units paid off when Lam’s...
Since November 2011, at least 260 deaths worldwide have been linked to new blood thinner Pradaxa. An estimated 1.1 million prescriptions have already been written for Pradaxa, and 371,000 patients are currently taking the drug. Serious Bleeding Events Pradaxa was approved by the Food &...
Southern chef Paula Deen recently announced that she has type-2 diabetes, which did not surprise many Americans, who for years have watched the chef make dishes loaded with calories, fat, and sugar. With her health announcement, Deen also announced that she was endorsing diabetes drug...
“...when ya’all sit down to a simple plate of crisp fried chicken; a fluffy, warm, just-buttered biscuit; a mess of greens cooked down with a bit of ham; and a tall, handsome banana cream pie topped with ice-cold whipped cream afterward, well, you’ll have to agree; there is...
Looks like the Food & Drug Administration (FDA) will face pressure to take another vote on the popular birth control pills Yaz and Yasmin as reports surface that at least four of the experts had ties with manufacturer Bayer. FDA experts met on December 8, 2011, to determine whether Yaz and...
New York Senator Charles Schumer has seen the effects of prescription drug addiction in his state and has vowed to fight it. He warns that a new painkiller promising to be 10 times stronger than Vicodin could lead to more violent and deadly drug store robberies. In June 2011, New York...