Alabama Truvada lawsuits for kidney or bone injury
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Our Alabama Truvada lawyers represent HIV prevention drug patients suffering kidney damage, bone deterioration, and lactic acidosis. Truvada for PrEP is an antiretroviral medication intended to protect an individual from contracting the human immunodeficiency virus (HIV). It is an oral pill taken daily, and has been successful in decreasing the spread of the virus. However, Alabama Truvada PrEP lawyers allege the original version of the drug can also cause kidney failure, bone fractures, and other serious complications.
If you or a loved one took Truvada and were later diagnosed with kidney disease or a bone injury, you may be entitled to a cash award.
AL Truvada Lawsuits for Kidney Disease Symptoms
- Anemia / iron deficiency
- Muscle pain and weakness
- Tiredness and Dehydration
- Breathing problems or Skin problems
- And more
Alabama Truvada Lawsuits for Kidney Damage, Bone Fracture, Lactic Acidosis
The active ingredient in Truvada is tenofovir. The drug has received praise for preventing healthy patients from contracting an HIV infection. Nevertheless, Alabama Truvada bone and kidney lawsuits allege a link between tenofovir and decreased bone density and kidney health. Click here to view Truvada cautionary information published by the U.S. Food and Drug Administration.
The Alabama Truvada kidney and bone lawyers on our team have represented thousands of victims of dangerous pharmaceutical drugs. In addition, we have recovered millions of dollars in financial compensation for clients. Click here for additional information on our bodily injury law firm.
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Further, our Alabama Truvada lawyers never charge a legal fee unless a financial payment is obtained for our client. Let us provide a free evaluation of your qualifications for a monetary award.
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