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Our North Carolina legal blog covers personal injury news, accident information, medical malpractice reports, lawsuits, and other topics of interest for those who are dealing with their own North Carolina legal issues. Updated daily, our NC injury attorneys hope this blog helps readers stay connected to legislation changes and informed when it comes to significant NC court decisions.


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7/18/2016
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Canada Finds Cure for Hepatitis C

Hepatitis C is a virus that can cause severe liver damage. But doctors in Canada saying there is now hope for Hepatitis patients. Click here to find out why.

Category: Defective Drugs

Labels: new drug
7/9/2016
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Is Fluoride Dangerous?

We have always thought of fluoride to be safe, but new research may prove this to be untrue.

Category: Defective Drugs

7/8/2016
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New Findings About Xarelto Give it the "Black Box" Warning

Xarelto has been linked to causing dangerous side effects. Find out how Xarelto can harm you.

Category: Defective Drugs

7/6/2016
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Medication to Prevent Breast Cancer May Exsist

A new drug may have been developed to prevent breast cancer. Click here to find out more.

Category: Defective Drugs

7/5/2016
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New Drug Approved by the FDA

Click here to find out what new drug has reached the market.

Category: Defective Drugs

7/1/2016
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Bladder Cancer Patients Linked to Actos Prescription

Individuals suffering bladder cancer who have taken Actos prescription medication might be eligible for compensation from the drug manufacturer.

Category: Defective Drugs

6/27/2016
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Drugs Recalled in 2016: First and Second Quarters

Learn about drug recalls that occurred from January through June 2016.

Category: Defective Drugs

1/23/2013
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Pharmaceutical Industry Still Ranks as Top Defrauder

The pharmaceutical industry steals more government money than any other industry. A 2012 report shows that pharmaceuticals are still the biggest defrauder.

Category: Defective Drugs

10/3/2012
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Painkillers That Could Injure or Kill Heart Attack Survivors

Risk of drug injuries are being reported with heart attack survivors who take NSAIDs (non-steroidal anti-inflammatory drugs).

Category: Defective Drugs

5/27/2012
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NC Prescription Drug Abuse: Tips for Talking to Teens

Deaths from prescription drug abuse have exceeded the number of deaths caused by car accidents. Teens have easier access to prescription drugs than beer.

Category: Defective Drugs

5/3/2012
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Faster Drug Approval: More Medical Error?

New drug approval procedures may speed up the approval process for prescription medications, cutting costs and increasing profits.

Category: Defective Drugs

3/28/2012
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Infant Tylenol Bottles Recalled

Grape-flavored infants’ Tylenol bottles have been nationally recalled due to a problem associated with the attached dosage apparatus.

Category: Defective Drugs

11/18/2011
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Sepsis Drug Xigris Pulled From Shelves Worldwide Due to Ineffectiveness

A new study has found that the sepsis drug Xigris, manufactured by Eli Lilly, is not effective in saving lives. The drug has been pulled from the market.

Category: Defective Drugs

10/25/2011
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Types of Drug Injuries

Brent Adams & Associates’ drug injury attorneys work with families who have lost loved ones due to drug injuries as well as individuals who are suffering.

Category: Defective Drugs

10/21/2011
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Qualitest Recalls Birth Control Pills

A packaging error prompted Qualitest Pharmaceuticals to issue a national recall of 1.4 million oral contraceptives.

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3/21/2011
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FDA Warns That Epilepsy Drug Can Cause Cleft Lips And Palates

The epilepsy drug Topamax has been linked to oral birth defects, according to a new dangerous prescription drug warning released by the FDA.

Category: Defective Drugs

1/24/2011
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Bristol-Myers Recalls Blood Pressure Drug Avalide – Again

Two drug companies have recalled their defective drug Avalide after discovering that the drug's active ingredient may not have the ability to be successfully absorbed by patients. This is the second international Avalide recall in a year.

Category: Defective Drugs

4/27/2010
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Ranbaxy Recalls Antibiotics After Color Change Detected

An Indian drug maker recalled two lots of antibiotics this week, saying that the drug had changed color. The drug maker has a history of defective prescription drugs and the United States banned certain imports to the country in 2008 due the the state of the company's drug factories.

Category: Defective Drugs