A new study links Invokana, Farxiga and similar diabetes drugs to an increased risk of genital infections.
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A Xigduo lawsuit claims the diabetes drug caused a flesh-eating infection leading to serious groin injuries.
Farxiga Lawsuit Claims Users Would Have Avoided Diabetes Drug If Warned of Fournier’s Gangrene Risks
A Farxiga lawsuit accuses AstraZeneca of failing to properly test the diabetes drug, resulting in a propensity to cause dangerous flesh-eating groin infections.
Lawsuit Alleges Fournier’s Gangrene Infection From Farxiga Resulted in Prolonged Hospitalization, Permanent Injuries
A Farxiga lawsuit indicates the diabetes drug caused a dangerous flesh-eating genital infection which left a man hospitalized for nearly a month.
Necrotizing Fasciitis Lawsuit Filed Over Flesh-Eating Genital Infection Caused By Diabetes Drug Farxiga
A lawsuit against the makers of Farxiga indicates a Utah man was hospitalized and placed in ICU on a ventilator due to Fournier's gangrene caused by the diabetes drug.
A wrongful death lawsuit blames Farxiga side effects for the death of her mother from a flesh-eating infection.
A Farxiga lawsuit indicates a man was hospitalized for 10 days due to a flesh-eating infection of the groin.
A Farxiga lawsuit indicates a woman developed a flesh-eating infection on her genitals due to the side effects of the diabetes drug.
A Farxiga lawsuit claims AstraZeneca's failure to provide adequate warnings about a flesh-eating groin infection led to a man's injury and disfigurement.
Manufacturers Ignored Science Linking Farxiga Side Effects To Flesh-Eating Groin Infections: Lawsuit
A Farxiga lawsuit claims the manufacturers ignored scientific warning signs which should have pointed to the increased risk of flesh-eating groin infections.
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