Zofran is commonly prescribed to control nausea in cancer patients who are undergoing chemotherapy and other forms of treatment. More recently, it has been prescribed to pregnant women to control morning sickness. Both uses of the drug carry risks.
Moving testimony about prolonged suffering and painful deaths caused by cancer that was spread during surgery performed with laparoscopic power morcellators may persuade the FDA to ban use of the surgical tool. The manufacturer, a division of Johnson & Johnson, has already recalled the device and the FDA has issued a warning that discourages doctors from using it. Some surgeons are refusing to heed the warning, potentially placing women at risk during hysterectomies and other procedures to remove uterine fibroids.
Patients who have been injured after taking one of the new generations of anticoagulants are increasingly turning to personal injury lawyers for help. This article will explain their concerns and will help you understand what you can do if you have had an adverse reaction to one of these medications.