February 2012

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FDA Warns of a Counterfeit Version of Avastin Sold and Used

In a report from CNN Health, the U.S. Food and Drug Administration (FDA) is warning of a forged version of Avastin that was sold and used. The FDA has sent out 19 letters to various medical facilities that had purchased an unapproved version of this…

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7 Tips on How to Avoid a Harmful Drug Interaction in Louisville

When you are taking more than one medication and/or seeing more than one doctor, there is the potential for a harmful drug interaction to occur. When it is preventable and caused by medical negligence, however, you may be entitled to pursue a claim against the…

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5 Tips on Safely Disposing Medication in Kentucky

Safety is important not only when you take medication but when you dispose of it. To reduce the chance that someone else uses your medication or that you accidentally take it when it’s past the expiration date, you should be aware of the proper way…

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Ways to Increase Safety in Louisville for Top 5 High Alert Drugs

To learn if you qualify for compensation through a Kentucky injury claim, your next step should be to speak with a Louisville medication error lawyer. If you or someone you love was the victim of a mistake involving high-alert drugs you may be able to…

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What can I do to demonstrate that the pharmacy put the wrong pills or dosage in the bottle, thereby leading to an overdose?

There may be a few ways that you can demonstrate the pharmacy put the wrong pills or dosage in the bottle, leading to an overdose. Although proving pharmacy mistakes in Kentucky can be challenging, you shouldn’t let it stop you. Contact a Kentucky medication error…

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Stopping Bone-Building Drugs May Reduce Risk of Fracture

According to the Doctor’s Lounge, stopping bone-building drugs may reduce the risk of a second thigh bone fracture.  Bisphosphonates—Actonel, Fosamax, Boniva—are drugs that help prevent or slow down osteoporosis, a disease where the bones weaken.  Weakened bones increase the risk of a fracture; however, the…

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