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Dangerous Drug Updates

  • Byetta & Januvia: Diabetes Drugs Causing Deadly Cancer

    New research published in the Journal of the American Medical Association has shown patients using these diabetes drugs are about three times more likely to develop pancreatic cancer or biliary cancer than those who haven’t used the drug...

  • Ethicon Morcellator Recall

    Johnson & Johnson (J&J) issued a global Ethicon morcellator recall after studies warned of the risk of blasting undetected cancer cells throughout a woman’s body during surgery....

  • Testosterone Drugs and Heart Attacks

    The FDA is investigating a possible association between prescription testosterone therapy drugs and cardiovascular events such as death, heart attack and stroke.

  • Topamax Birth Defect Lawsuits

    Infants are 20 times more likely to develop cleft palate when their mothers take Topamax in pregnancy, when compared to women not receiving any anti-seizure medication...

  • SSRI Birth Defects

    Some SSRI drugs such as Paxil, Zoloft, Wellbutrin, Prozac, Lexapro significantly increase the chances of a child being born with Persistent Pulmonary Hypertension in the Newborn...

  • Actos and Bladder Cancer

    On June 15, 2011, the FDA announced that taking of Actos, a diabetes medication, for more than one year may be associated with an increased risk of bladder cancer...

  • NuvaRing

    Recent studies suggest NuvaRing carries an increased risk of deep vein thromboses, pulmonary embolisms, strokes and other blood clots as compared to other birth controls...

  • Zimmer Persona Knee Implant Complications

    The FDA recalled the Zimmer Persona Trabecular Metal Tibial Plate – a major component of the Zimmer Persona Knee implant – in March 2015 after complaints that the implant can prematurely loosen and require revision surgery to correct.

FDA drug side effects reports

Concerned about the potentially dangerous drug side effects of a drug you are taking? has compiled Food and Drug Administration adverse event reports—the early warning system that the FDA depends on for making recalls—into a series of side effect reports. See what other consumers, healthcare personnel and patients have endured, as well as the number of reports a given drug has generated.