LegalView Reports FDA Delay of Drug That Might Prevent OxyContin Drug Abuse

LegalView informed readers of a new drug that would likely replace OxyContin and prevent the abuse commonly associated with consuming a prescription pain medication. The FDA has delayed the release of the drug requesting more information on it, but no additional clinical trials. - December 26, 2008

LegalView Alerts Readers of New Avandia Dangers for Women Taking the Type 2 Diabetes Drug

LegalView recently informed individuals of updated Avandia information regarding the type 2 diabetes drug that is allegedly increasing bone fractures among women patients. The information will soon be on the LegalView Avandia practice area and comes from a recent British analysis on the drug. - December 17, 2008

LegalView Reports Government Push for Decreased Regulation of Occupational Toxic Hazards

LegalView recently alerted mesothelioma blog readers of a last-minute government push by the Bush administration to implement rules that would make it more difficult to regulate occupational toxic hazards among employees. The rule is supported by business groups but is opposed by President-elect Barack Obama. - December 17, 2008

LegalView Reports on Helmets as Traumatic Brain Injury Increases Among Soldiers in Iraq

LegalView recently reported of the disturbing results of a study that found helmets among U.S. soldiers may actually increase the severity of a traumatic brain injury caused by the shockwaves of an improvised explosive device (IED). The shockwaves penetrate the helmet and cause shockwaves both inside and outside of a helmet.
 - December 12, 2008

LegalView Reports That Skin Cancer Drug May Offer Treatment to Mesothelioma Patients

LegalView recently discovered that scientists in Australia were using a skin cancer cream on mesothelioma-infected mice to determine if the cream could provide any benefits to mesothelioma patients. In a majority of the mice, scientists found the cream "curing" the mesothelioma patients. - December 12, 2008

LegalView Informs Mesothelioma Blog Readers of Predisposing Genes Identified by Scientists When Developing Lung Cancer

LegalView recently reported on the discovery of two genes that increase an individual's chances of developing specific types of lung cancer such as mesothelioma. Researchers found that the genes identified in certain individuals may increase their chance of developing certain lung cancers by up to 60 percent. - December 02, 2008

LegalView Updates Brain Injury Site with Information on TBI Disabled Soldier’s Family

LegalView recently updated its traumatic brain injury (TBI) blog to include information on the story of one soldier’s family who have taken on the role of caregivers. Physicians believe that the signature wound of soldiers returning from Iraq is a traumatic brain injury, which impacts friends and family, often turning them into care providers. - December 02, 2008

LegalView Updates Avandia Information Portal with News That Avandia May be More Dangerous Than Similar Drugs

LegalView recently relaunched is Avandia information portal with updated news that the type 2 diabetes drug has more safety risks than drugs of a similar nature. A study from U.S. researchers was published evaluating the dangers of the diabetes drugs and found Avandia as riskier for patients than Actos. - December 02, 2008

LegalView Publishes Information on a New Brain Injury Treatment Method Utilizing Computerized Cognitive Training

LegalView recently updated its traumatic brain injury information portal with news of a new treatment method using computerized cognitive training. The new treatment methods are being researched by the U.S. Department of Defense (DoD) as well as other companies and are attempting to repair brain injured patients by using computers. - December 02, 2008

LegalView Reports of New Traumatic Brain Injury Treatment Study Publishing Positive Results for Brain-Injured Victims

LegalView recently reported of a new treatment study for patients of TBI. The study found that when oxygen was administered therapeutically to brain-injured victims cognitive recovery improved. - November 21, 2008

LegalView Informs Small Towns Surrounding a Closed Asbestos Mine of Mesothelioma Risks

LegalView recently alerted residents of several small towns in the state of Vermont to alarming reports that asbestos waste from a closed mine may have been used in road and driveway construction across the area. Asbestos has been linked to the development of an incurable form of cancer known as mesothelioma. - November 21, 2008

LegalView Reports on Potential Link Between Children with TBI and the Development of ADHD

LegalView recently informed traumatic brain injury (TBI) blog readers of a medical link found between children who have suffered from TBI and an increased risk of developing attention deficit hyperactivity disorder (ADHD). According to the British Medical Journal, TBI may also be the result of children's "risk-taking characteristics" associated with an ADHD diagnosis. - November 14, 2008

LegalView Informs Readers of Fake Documents for Asbestos Removal Workers Increasing Risks of Mesothelioma Among Americans

LegalView recently alerted readers to a disturbing report from the U.S. Environmental Protection Agency (EPA) regarding thousands of asbestos removal workers who had falsified documents in order to obtain employment. Individuals who remove asbestos must receive authentic certification in order to correctly remove asbestos and decrease the risk of asbestos exposure among citizens. - November 14, 2008

LegalView Reports Record Numbers of Drug Reactions in U.S., Partially Caused by Heparin

LegalView informed its readers of serious drug reactions and fatalities, which have hit record high numbers due partially to a blood thinner known as Heparin. The drug, from Baxter Healthcare, was found to be tainted and administered to thousands of patients. - November 03, 2008

LegalView Informs Chantix Patients of Risk of Seizures Leading to Traffic Accidents

LegalView recently learned of a new Chantix risk that may be causing patients to have uncontrollable seizures, which are leading to serious traffic accidents as well. In addition to seizures, Chantix has also been under investigation for its link to suicidal thoughts and tendencies. - November 03, 2008

LegalView Informs Americans of Potential Asbestos Dangers Lurking During Home Efficiency Remodels

LegalView reminded readers of the potential asbestos risks that exist when remodeling homes this winter season for more energy efficiency. Lurking in millions of American homes across the country is a potentially deadly contaminant known as asbestos that can be found in home insulation. - October 31, 2008

LegalView Reports on Rare Traumatic Brain Injury Condition That Could Cause Complete Paralysis of a Victim

LegalView recently used its traumatic brain injury blog to report of a severely debilitating condition that can be derived from a brain injury and may cause complete paralysis of a patient. The condition is known as locked-in syndrome, and while it is rare, there is no cure available for current and future victims. - October 31, 2008

LegalView's Nephrogenic Systemic Fibrosis Information Portal Re-Launched with Updated News for Victims of the Disease

LegalView re-launched its Nephrogenic Systemic Fibrosis (NSF) information portal to provide more news and details of the rare condition. NSF has been linked to the use of gadolinium dyes during magnetic resonance testing among kidney disease patients. - October 22, 2008

LegalView Re-Launches Its Avandia Information Portal with News of the Type 2 Diabetes Drug's Risks and Dangers

LegalView reintroduced its Avandia practice area to include updated information for victims of the drug's side effects. Avandia has been linked to the development of early on-set osteoporosis and heart failure among patients. - October 22, 2008

LegalView Re-launches Ketek Antibiotic Information Portal with Information on Drug's Potential Side Effects

LegalView has redeveloped and re-launched its Ketek practice area to alert patients of the antibiotic to its potentially fatal side effects. Individuals taking Ketek have recently been linked to the development of liver damage and liver failure, which could potentially become fatal. - October 14, 2008

LegalView Reintroduces Its Medical Malpractice Information Portal with Updated Links to Finding Immediate Legal Assistance

LegalView re-launched its medical malpractice legal portal to provide legal assistance to the hundreds of thousands of victims who suffer from potentially severe injuries derived from medical malpractice. Medical malpractice can affect nearly anyone undergoing a surgical procedure, including giving birth. - October 14, 2008

LegalView Reports Family's Loss of Father Who Died of Asbestos Diseases

LegalView informed readers of a former Exxon Mobil employee who recently died from asbestos-related conditions. The man's family has filed a lawsuit in the 136th District Court against the company alleging his employers knew of the dangers associated with the man's job, but did little to protect his health. - October 10, 2008

LegalView Informs Patients of Possible Cimzia Cancer Link, Drug Commonly Used to Treat Arthritis

LegalView recently posted detailed information on its Cimzia information portal regarding the potentially serious side effects caused by the drug and its family known as TNF inhibitors. Among the drug's potential side effects are the development of fatal infections and cancer-causing agents for young adult and child patients. - October 10, 2008

LegalView Reports Cancer Risk for St. Louis Residents After Unapproved Asbestos Removal

LegalView recently informed mesothelioma blog readers of improper removal of asbestos in St. Louis that may have left thousands of residents at risk for developing mesothelioma cancer. - October 03, 2008

LegalView Re-launching Truck Accident Injury Information Portal with Updated News on Accidents

LegalView announced the re-launch of its truck accident practice area that will provide victims of these costly and fatal truck accidents with updated articles and facts to help victims. - October 03, 2008

LegalView Informs Cimzia Patients of Possible Risks Among Young Adults, Children

LegalView informed patients who are taking Cimzia as well as the related family of drugs known as TNF blockers of the potential dangers associated with the drug's consumption. - September 23, 2008

LegalView Informs Mesothelioma Victims of Clinical Trial Testing Potential Lung Cancer Treatment

LegalView reported a new treatment for mesothelioma patients currently being studied in a clinical trial. The treatment includes the monitoring of mesothelioma cancer symptoms and quality of life with an electronic handheld tool. - September 23, 2008

LegalView Informs Americans of Potentially Dangerous Risk of Asbestos Exposure in Home Attic Insulation

LegalView reported alarming details of an increased risk of mesothelioma cancer for millions of Americans, whose homes may be contaminated with asbestos. Homes build between the 1920s and the 1980s have been reportedly likely to contain asbestos riddled-insulation. - September 09, 2008

LegalView Warns Proton Pump Inhibitor Patients of Potential Bone Fracture Risk Associated with Drug

LegalView recently reported on the risk of bone fractures among patients using proton pump inhibitor (PPI) drugs. The drugs are used to treat and reduce gastric acid within the stomach as well as other stomach/intestinal issues including ulcers, gastroesophageal reflux disease (GERD), dyspepsia, some forms of stomach infections and Zollinger-Ellison Syndrome. - September 09, 2008

LegalView Reports Details of War Veteran Brain Injuries Overlooked By Officials for Years

LegalView described the plight of a former U.S. soldier whose traumatic brain injuries (TBIs) were continually overlooked by the military causing severe disabilities only a few years after his discharge. The soldier, who suffered several concussions during the war in Iraq, now deals with memory loss, confusion, nightmares and hearing/visibility issues on a daily basis. - September 08, 2008

LegalView Informs Mesothelioma Blog Readers of Asbestos Still in Use in America

LegalView reported on the details of several thousand tons of asbestos still being used in the United States, even though the material has been highly associated with an incurable form of lung cancer. The U.S. Geological Survey reported on the use of asbestos in a 2005 study and found that asbestos was being used in several everyday products. - September 02, 2008

LegalView Reports Results of a Breakthrough Study Investigating Link Between Genetic Predisposition and Developing Mesothelioma Cancer

LegalView informed readers to the results of a scientific investigation studying the potential link between genetic components and developing mesothelioma cancer. Scientists determined that genetic responses occurred after a specific type of asbestos was introduced to cells within the lining of the lungs. - September 01, 2008

LegalView Highlights Top Brain Injury Rehabilitation Hospitals in the United States - 5.3 Million Americans Suffer from TBI

LegalView provided information on the top traumatic brain injury rehabilitation clinics and hospitals in the United States as the International Brain Injury Association reports that 5.3 million Americans are currently living with the condition. Researchers believe that the quality and type of care received by a hospital will impact a TBI victim's overall outcome. - August 26, 2008

LegalView Informs Mesothelioma Blog Readers with Details on Asbestos: Silent Killer of American Veterans Dating Back to World War II

LegalView informed mesothelioma blog readers of a silent killer of American soldiers and veterans besides traumatic brain injury (TBI). Mesothelioma cancer has likely affected thousands of American veterans, even dating back to World War II navy veterans. - August 17, 2008

LegalView Posts Details of Heroic Marine Now Struggling with Traumatic Brain Injury

LegalView informed its traumatic brain injury blog readers of an award-winning and heroic marine who was forced to return home early because of the severity of his TBI ailments. The marine requested to stay at his post and "help finish the job," but because of his injuries he will be returning home in spring 2009. - August 17, 2008

LegalView Launches Viapro Drug Recall Site Due to Dangerous Ingredient Found in the Male Sexual-Enhancement Drug

LegalView informed its readers of a recent drug recall of Viapro due to traces of an undeclared ingredient found in the product by the FDA. Viapro is a male sexual-enhancement drug used to treat erectile dysfunction. - August 16, 2008

LegalView Recounts the Results of a Recent Mesothelioma Study That Reported High Survival Rates Among Patients Taking New Treatment

LegalView reported the results of an Italian study to its mesothelioma blog readers; the results detailed a positive outcome and increased survival rate for elderly pleural mesothelioma victims. The study, recently published in a British medical journal, used a combination of two medicinal treatments commonly prescribed separately. - August 16, 2008

LegalView Brain Injury Site Reports Department of Veteran Affairs Request for Research on TBI and Soldiers

LegalView updated its traumatic brain injury (TBI) blog with information of a request for research by the Department of Veterans Affairs (VA) on the potential trauma associated with soldiers and helmets. The VA has declared that TBI is responsible for a significant portion of combat casualties and they are looking for research on improving protection from TBI trauma. - August 03, 2008

LegalView Offers Mesothelioma Blog Readers Details of Disconcerting Request to Decrease Asbestos Regulations from Industry

LegalView informed mesothelioma blog readers of an potentially troubling request by automotive, chemical and mining industries' paid researchers to "water down" asbestos regulations. The industry-hired scientists argued that asbestos is no longer as dangerous, even though several international health organizations have declared no safe level of the material. - August 03, 2008

LegalView Reports Details of Failing Artificial Hip Component Known as the Zimmer Durom Cup

LegalView informed readers of Zimmer Holding's suspended sales of its artificial hip component, the Durom cup, because of reports from physicians that the part was failing and/or faulty. The device, which is a hip socket, has been under investigation by the company, who continued to claim it was not defective. - July 30, 2008

LegalView Unveils Details of a Breakthrough Mesothelioma Cancer Early Detection Test for Mesothelioma Patients

LegalView reported a breakthrough test on its mesothelioma blog, which will allow early detection of mesothelioma cancer. Up to this point, the number one reason mesothelioma cancer kills a patient so quickly is due to the fact that it is often misdiagnosed. - July 30, 2008

LegalView Launches Revamped Ketek Information Portal with Details of the Drug's Potential Risks

LegalView announced it is re-launching its Ketek practice area to provide readers with a more detailed information portal. Ketek is an antibiotic used to treat respiratory infections but the drug has been linked to potential liver damage among patients. - July 23, 2008

LegalView Informs Mesothelioma Blog Readers of a Predicted Increase in Female Mesothelioma Victims

LegalView updated readers to an alarming prediction by researchers who said the number of female mesothelioma victims may increase within the next few years. Researchers said that asbestos in hair dryers that were previously unregulated may be the cause. - July 23, 2008

LegalView Reports on Loophole That Excludes Home Inspectors from Checking for Mesothelioma-Causing Asbestos

LegalView updated mesothelioma blog readers with news of a loophole that enables home inspectors to bypass looking for traces of asbestos in order for inspectors to avoid liability. The loophole places homebuyers at risk for exposure to asbestos especially if any remodeling occurs. - June 29, 2008

LegalView Re-launched Avandia Information Portal to Assist Victims of Diabetes Drug Complications Including Heart Disease

LegalView refurbished its Avandia practice area to offer insightful resources for victims suffering from Avandia side effects, which may include heart disease and early onset osteoporosis. The drug was approved in mid-1999 and has since created a tidal wave of controversy over its potentially harmful risks. - June 29, 2008

LegalView Warns of the Increased Risk of Asbestos Exposure in Aftermath of Environmental Storms and Destruction

LegalView updated mesothelioma blog readers to the severe consequences that may exist in the aftermath of environmental destruction such as tornadoes or storms. LegalView specifically reminded Kansas victims to be aware of the risk for asbestos exposure associated with cleaning up debris after a severe storm season, which left homes and buildings damaged. - June 24, 2008

LegalView Launches PAGCL Practice Area for Victims with Cartilage Deterioration Following Arthroscopic Shoulder Surgery

LegalView launched a PAGCL information portal to provide victims of the condition with resources and details on protective and preventive measures and information. Post arthroscopic glenohumeral chondrolysis (PAGCL) occurs when the cartilage in a shoulder begins to deteriorate months after arthroscopic shoulder surgery. - June 24, 2008

LegalView Updated Its Traumatic Brain Injury Blog with Results of Brain Injury Victim Critical Care Study

LegalView provided links and information to several studies regarding traumatic brain injury treatment and critical care. The information that spans from 1995 to 2006 is considered a breakthrough because patients were monitored and critical care providers interviewed to improve treatment results. - June 17, 2008

Mesothelioma Blog Updates Readers About a Naturally Occurring Treatment for Malignant Pleural Mesothelioma Victims

LegalView recently used its mesothelioma blog to report on scientific research regarding a natural treatment for malignant pleural mesothelioma victims. Researchers released the report, which found certain types of immune cells in the body to be a top defense against the cancerous mesothelioma cells. - June 17, 2008

LegalView Expands Its Extensive Traumatic Brain Injury Information Portal to Assist Victims of a Brain Injury Accident

LegalView re-launched its traumatic brain injury (TBI) information portal to provide a detailed and more comprehensive site for victims of TBI. In America, TBI affects millions of individuals each year, many of which go untreated and thus further their risk of serious side effects. - June 12, 2008

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