A new study raises questions about FDA findings that Invokana and similar diabetes drugs can increase the risk of bone fractures.
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The FDA is removing a black box warning from Invokana and similar drugs over the risk of leg and foot amputation, saying the risks are small, and that the drug…
Side Effects of Onglyza, Similar Diabetes Drugs More Likely To Cause Kidney Damage Than SGLT2 Inhibitors: Study
A new study finds that diabetes drugs like Invokana are less likely to cause kidney problems than drugs like Onglyza and Januvia.
A new study questions the decision of the FDA to place acute kidney injury warnings on Invokana and similar diabetes drugs.
Fournier’s Gangrene Flesh-Eating Infection Risk from Invokana, Similar Diabetes Drugs Outlined in JAMA Report
Researchers warn of flesh-eating groin infections linked to Invokana and similar diabetes drugs.
A new study by FDA researchers appears to verify links between Invokana and similar diabetes drugs and a life-threatening infection that attacks the genitals.
Farxiga Fares No Better Than Placebo At Preventing Major Heart Problems, But Lowers Death Risk: Study
A new study warns that Farxiga fares little better than a placebo at preventing heart attacks and strokes, but increases the risk of genital infections and diabetic ketoacidosis.
An Invokamet lawsuit claims that the diabetes drug's side effects resulted in an infection that required 60% of a man's scrotum be amputated.
Invokana and similar diabetes drugs may increase the risk of flesh-eating genital infections, the FDA warns.
Defendants and Plaintiffs in Invokana litigation are being required to submit fact sheets with pertinent information that could help lead to the selection of bellwether test cases.
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