Tasigna litigation might be an alternative for patients who have been prescribed the drug and endured acute adverse reactions.
Research demonstrates Tasigna is connected to atherosclerosis, a disorder which causes the arteries to harden and thicken because of the accumulation of plaque.
Tasigna triggers a fast start constriction of the blood vessels in patients, resulting in acute and sometimes fatal complications. Countless individuals taking this medication have endured from these severe complications.
Dangerous Side Effects of Tasigna
Taken twice a day to assist patients suffering from Chronic Myelogenous Leukemia, sadly, the producers of Tasigna failed to warn patients of the damaging side effects brought on by the medication. To know more about side-effects of Tasigna, please refer to Tasigna Atherosclerosis | Tasigna Peripheral Arterial Disease.
Countless individuals around the globe have experienced complications and acute side effects while taking this medication including:
- Itching, Nausea, and Headache
- Skin Rash
- Back Pain
- Swelling of the hands, ankles or feet
- Unusual or quick weight reduction
- Limb amputation
- Indicators of liver disorder
Tasigna might be connected to atherosclerosis, a severe illness in which plaque builds up inside the blood vessels. Deficiency of sufficient blood flow, mainly in the legs, may result in significant infections and tissue death that can require amputation.
Since Tasigna, made by the Swiss pharmaceutical firm Novartis, hit the market in 2010 thousands of suits are filed against them.