A timeline of the Cymbalta lawsuits | Thousands of former Cymbalta users are suing Eli Lilly & Company, claiming the drugmaker didn't fully disclose the severity of the drug's withdrawal symptoms. FedUpwithFatigue.com summarizes the cases that have gone to court so far and their outcomes. http://fedupwithfatigue.com/?p=954
The Cymbalta withdrawal lawsuits: An interview with the attorneys
More than 200 former Cymbalta users are suing Eli Lilly & Company, claiming the drugmaker wasn't forthcoming about Cymbalta's withdrawal symptoms. Read what the attorneys representing the patients have to say about their cases. http://fedupwithfatigue.com/?p=849
Thousands of former Cymbalta users are suing Eli Lilly & Company, claiming the drugmaker didn’t fully disclose the severity and frequency of the drug’s withdrawal symptoms. Find out what you need to know about the lawsuits here.
Most internet-savvy readers are aware of the movements across the U.S. to legalize the drug but did you know it was originally used medicinally in 1930′s? The Eli Lilly company extracted the cannabis from marijuana buds to treat ADD and ADHD in children. From: 15 Drug Advertisements From The Past. Have A Toothache? Try Some Cocaine.
Eli Lilly Company: Best and Banting continued trying to improve the extract and were able to produce enough for the hospital's demand. Their work was privately published. The Eli Lilly Company heard about the success of the human trials and offered to get involved in the project. It was not long before the Eli Lilly Company was producing large quantities of refined insulin. The patent for insulin was sold to the University of Toronto for one dollar. One dollar in 1920 equates to $11.50…