Effient Overview: Effient Claims & Effient Injuries
One recently published study reported an increase in solid tumors found in Effient patients, particularly in the colon, lung, and prostate. The Triton-Timi 38 study, funded by the drugs manufacturer, Eli Lilly, showed that out of approximately 13,600 patients using Effient or its rival blood-thinner Plavix, 92 Effient users developed new cancer tumors, as opposed to 64 Plavix patients.
The FDA has recently followed up by performing its own study, which indeed also found an increase in cancer tumors among Effient patients. However, the FDA has yet to issue a warning concerning the potential cancer risk of using Effient.
If you or a loved one has suffered harm from taking Effient or Plavix, and you are considering legal action, you may be able to recover for your damages. You should consult an experienced Effient attorney today. There is always a state-imposed time limit for filing claim, so depending on when you suffered your injury, the clock is ticking and you dont want it to run out before recovering the damages you deserve.
Check out the following articles for more information about Effient, filing an Effient lawsuit, and finding an Effient attorney.
- For more information on Effient risks, see Effient Warning: Effient Side Effects and Risks
- For more information about the serious side effects of taking Effient, see Effient Side Effects: Cancer Tumors and Adverse Bleeding
- To learn more about Effient warnings, see Effient Information and Warnings
- To learn more about Effient lawsuits, see Effient Lawsuits, Litigation & Lawyers
- To learn more about Effient attorneys, and how to find one, see Effient Attorneys and Lawyers – How to Hire