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Announcement: Potential Actos Claim

We are reaching out to you to determine whether you, or anyone in your family has suffered from their use of the diabetes drug, Actos. There is ongoing litigation against the manufacturer of Actos, Takeda Pharmaceuticals. Recently, several of these cases resulted in large awards, including punitive damages, which are aimed at punishing a Defendant who has acted in willful disregard of other’s safety. Takeda Pharmaceuticals knew that prolonged use (over one year) of Actos could result in bladder cancer.

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