Fake Cancer Drugs
Let a focused fake cancer drug lawyer in Tennessee fight for you
Cancer drugs like Avastin (bevacizumab), which is sold by Genetech and approved by the Food and Drug Administration, have helped many Tennessee patients dealing with serious health issues. Fake cancer drugs, however, have entered into the U.S. marketplace. These drugs are not approved by the FDA. The government agency is warning doctors about a fake version of Avastin, which is packaged as the Turkish brand of the medication. The fake cancer drug does not contain the active ingredient in Avastin. Doctors are urged to stop using any drugs bought through Richards Pharma, a distributor that also does business as Richards Services, Warwick Healthcare Solutions and Ban Dune Marketing.
If you or a loved one took a fake cancer drug, you may be entitled to compensation. A counterfeit cancer drug may have no effect on the patient, which means the cancer may progress to the point where it’s untreatable. In some cases, a fake cancer drug itself may lead to serious side effects or complications, and even death. The counterfeit medication, which is unapproved for use in the United States, may have been contaminated.
Contact Meade Injury Law Group
Don’t hesitate to contact a Tennessee medical malpractice lawyer to learn about your rights if you or a loved one was affected by a fake cancer drug. Call (423) 464-7779 for a free consultation. Our team of lawyers has experience and resources to put to work for you. Meade Injury Law Group. Serious lawyers. Serious results.