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Banned Obesity Drug Tied to Heart Risks Long After Use



FEN-PHEN Settlement Entering Final Phase

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The nationwide Fen-Phen (Diet Drug) Settlement is entering its final phase. For the next few years, the Settlement Trust will continue to review and award compensation for so-called “Progression Claims.” These are claims for compensation where the medical condition of a Fen-Phen (Diet Drug) user, who timely registered with the Settlement, has progressed to a point where he/she is entitled to additional compensation through the Settlement.

There are strict time limits on these claims

If you are experiencing heart-related medical problems and:

      • used Fen-Phen,
      • are timely registered with the Settlement, and
      • think you may be entitled to additional compensation
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There are time-limits

There are strict time limits applicable to Progression Claims. If you are a Diet Drug Recipient and think you may be entitled to additional compensation, don’t delay – contact us today. Complete and submit our E-Contact Form and we will call you within 24 hours or less.

Banned Obesity Drug Tied to Heart Risks Long After Use

(HealthDay News) -- One of the "fen/phen" drugs once widely prescribed to help fight obesity has been tied to heart valve damage that develops years after a person has stopped taking it, a new study reports. The appetite suppressant fenfluramine has been banned in the United States since 1997, because of its links to heart damage. Thousands of lawsuits have been filed against the drug's manufacturers over alleged damage it caused.

In the new study, published Nov. 5 in the journal BMC Medicine, researchers looked at 5,743 people who had stopped using fenfluramine more than a decade earlier but had damaged heart valves up to seven years later. read the full story here


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What You Need to Know
  • If you are a timely-registered DDR with a worsened medical condition you may be eligible for additional compensation
  • There are strict time limits on these progression claims, so don't delay- Contact Us TODAY


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