Victoza May Cause Serious Pancreatic Problems

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Ben

Ashburn, VA

#1 Jul 9, 2013
Victoza, a top-selling diabetes drug developed by Denmark-based pharmaceutical firm Novo Nordisk, has been increasingly associated with potentially adverse health risks among its users, according to online news reports. As a result, some medical experts from different medical communities have reportedly started to raise questions about the safety of the medication. These problems have also warranted the scrutiny of the United States Food and Drug Administration and a number of potential Victoza lawsuits from patients who claim of suffering from injuries from the drug. To know more about the side effects of Victoza, check out http://gregsdrugupdates.blogspot.com/2013/07/...
Ken

New York, NY

#2 Jul 22, 2013
Based on online reports, the FDA issued a Drug Safety Communication warning the public to a study that proposed Victoza as well as other type 2 diabetes drugs were associated to an increased threat of pancreatic cancer and pancreatitis. In addition, there have been reports about lawsuits being filed by patients who suffered the adverse effects of the drug. You may refer at http://victozaclassaction.org for more related information.

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