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Diabetics who were hospitalized for heart failure after taking Onglyza are asking whether they should receive compensation. Personal injury lawyers who represent clients in cases against pharmaceutical companies are basing lawsuits on the failure of drug manufacturers to warn diabetics that taking Onglyza could increase their risk of heart failure if they were already suffering from or prone to heart disease.read more