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Truvada and Bone Injuries

Posted by admin on  February 18, 2021
Category: Drugs
Pharmaceutical companies are expected to provide patients with safe and effective medication to treat or prevent disease. However, there is a conflict of interest when profit takes precedence over a patient’s welfare. There are checks and balances at each drug development stage to ensure safety for the potential patient. Research and clinical trials are monitored by the U.S. Food and Drug Administration, which scrutinizes a new medication before it hits the open market. Evidence must
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Estate Planning in the New Year

Posted by admin on  February 4, 2021
Category: Estate Planning
New Year’s resolutions are usually decisions to accomplish a goal or break a habit. They often include introspection, re-evaluation of life choices, and planning beneficial personal and professional lifestyle changes. One of the best resolutions for 2021 is to create or revise an estate plan. Estate planning can help set goals for financial security and provide for loved ones. It is an opportunity to document preferences for health care and provide management of assets in
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Sex Abuse and the Child Victim’s Act

Posted by admin on  November 24, 2020
Category: sexual abuse
Survivors of child sexual abuse often suffer irreparable psychological trauma that haunts victims throughout their lives. Sexual abuse in childhood can induce a cascade of psychological disorders, including depression, anxiety, suicidal ideation, borderline personality, and dissocialize identity disorders. The National Crime Victimization Survey is an annual study conducted by the Department of Justice Bureau of Justice Statistics. They report that every nine minutes, child protective services substantiates evidence for a claim of sexual abuse. 93%
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Elmiron is the Pharmaceutical Link to Progressive Eye Diseases

Posted by admin on  October 28, 2020
Category: Drugs
Pharmaceutical manufacturers are responsible for ensuring their products are safe and effective before making them available for public consumption. Under general product liability law, pharmaceutical companies must provide an accurate and adequate warning of any medication’s adverse effects. Failure to warn cases are a form of design defect that fall under products liability law when products are unreasonably dangerous, the product leaves the manufacturer or distributor, and causes injury to the victim.   Janssen Pharmaceuticals
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The Opioid Crisis, Who is Responsible?

Posted by admin on  September 6, 2020
Category: Opioid
The opioid crisis in the United States causes tremendous hardship for the families and victims of those suffering from addiction. On a nationwide scale, the opioid epidemic imposes an economic burden on our nation’s economy in lost productivity, healthcare costs, criminal justice costs, and the alarming number of lives lost. The National Institute on Drug Abuse estimated in 2018 that 115 lives were lost daily in this country from prescription opioid usage. The opioid epidemic

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