Troglitazone, see there.
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Examples of drugs that have been withdrawn due to DILI include Oraflex, Duract, Marsilid, Serzone, Diflurex, and Rezulin.
Graham had previously been successful in removing the unsafe drugs Omniflox, an antibiotic, Rezulin, a diabetes treatment, Fen-Phen and Redux, weight-loss drugs, and phenylpropanolamine, an over-the-counter decongestant, from the U.
The FDA's approval and subsequent withdrawal of Rezulin was one of the first major public relations crises for the agency.
She has been lead trial counsel for cases involving Prempro, Rezulin, Fen/Phen and other prescription medications.
2] Profiler PCR Arrays in distinguishing between a diabetes drug that was discontinued due to high liver toxicity, troglitazone (Tro), previously sold as Rezulin, and two other drugs still on the market, rosiglitazone (Rosi, sold as Avandia[R] and pioglitazone (Pio, sold as ACTOS[R]).
GI bleeding; Baycol, rhabdomyolysis; Rezulin, liver failure; Avandia, M.
9-10), Johnston notes that more than half the investigators involved in the Rezulin studies for type II diabetes received some form of remuneration from the sponsor.
Among other things, a Supreme Court ruling in favor of Wyeth would throw into question the pending litigation over the diabetes drug Rezulin, the COX-2 selective inhibitor painkillers, and the selective serotonin reuptake inhibitor antidepressants.
2003) (explaining that "[t]he doctrine of fraudulent misjoinder has not yet been addressed by the Eighth Circuit Court of Appeals") (citing In re Rezulin Prods.
New York) over its now-withdrawn Rezulin diabetes treatment.
Supreme Court's decision to hear its first case on the issue of federal preemption of drug liability claims, an appeal of a ruling that traditional state law fraud claims in Rezulin are not preempted; medical literature that reports the odds for myocardial infarction and cardiovascular death in patients taking Avendia is "not statistically significant"; claims about heart attack and heart failure; a complaint seeking certification of a national Avendis medical monitoring and refund class; and, a Texas claim that Avandia contributed to cardiac arrest.