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The Manufacturer of Belviq Knew About Cancer Risk, But Sold the Drug Anyway.

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If you or a family member has been diagnosed with cancer after using Belviq, you may be able to file a lawsuit.

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Belviq Lawsuit

Belviq Manufacturers KNEW About Cancer Risks, But Chose Profit Over Women’s Lives

Scary, isn’t it?


The manufacturers of Belviq knew about the potential cancer risks. Yet, they said nothing and chose to continue to sell Belviq.

Belviq was initially rejected by the FDA’s advisory panel due to a risk of dangerous tumors found in animal studies.

The European Medicines Agency was so concerned about the drug’s potential risks that it rejected the drug.

Now, there’s a RECALL.

In February 2020, the FDA requested the withdrawal of Belviq from the market, citing a drug trial that showed a potentially elevated risk of certain cancers in patients who took Belviq. The FDA ultimately determined the potential risks of the drug outweighed the benefits and asked the manufacturer to pull the drug. One month later the drug’s manufacturer, pulled Belviq from shelves.

Consumer Reports Said Belviq Had “Risks Galore.”

In an article published in 2013 about the approval FDA approval of Belviq, Consumer Reports reported that Belviq had “risks galore.” The article cited the findings about tumors in animals as a primary concern, not to mention the potential side effects listed on the label including heart valve problems and even potentially hallucinations, euphoria, and slowed thinking.

But now, women are facing an extremely frightening diagnosis: cancer.

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File a lawsuit = Send a Message

Tell Big Pharma It’s Not Okay to Play with Women’s Lives!

Some of the cancers linked with Belviq include:
Brain, Breast, Colorectal, Lung, Pancreatic and Thyroid

If you or a family member are currently battling cancer after using Belviq, you may be able to file a lawsuit. While filing a lawsuit can’t erase that cancer diagnosis, it can help protect others from being hurt and provide potential compensation to help pay for expensive medical bills. Most importantly: it sends a message to the manufacturer that LIVES MATTER MORE THAN MONEY. Contact us now for a completely free and confidential consultation.

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