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Lipitor Diabetes Lawsuit Filed by South Carolina Woman Who Developed Type 2 Diabetes Allegedly Due to Lipitor Use, Alonso Krangle Investigating
Date:4/24/2013

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Alonso Krangle’s focused defective drug attorneys are dedicated to standing up for victims’ rights and holding even the largest corporations accountable for their potentially dangerous medications. We offer free Lipitor diabetes lawsuit evaluations to those who have sustained serious injuries or developed type 2 diabetes that could be linked to their use of Lipitor. To discuss a potential Lipitor diabetes lawsuit claim with one of the compassionate Lipitor lawyers at Alonso Krangle LLP, please contact us at 1-800-403-6191.

According to court documents in the Lipitor diabetes lawsuit, the plaintiff was prescribed Lipitor in 1999 to treat her high cholesterol levels and decrease her risk of developing heart disease. The plaintiff was allegedly healthy prior to taking Lipitor and reportedly had a body mass index (BMI) of 24.8. After taking Lipitor for more than 10 years, in June 2009, the plaintiff was diagnosed with type 2 diabetes.

As a result of her diagnosis, the plaintiff has suffered permanent damage to her health that will require her to regularly test her blood sugar levels, adhere to a strict diet and take diabetes medication for the rest of her life. The Lipitor diabetes lawsuit complaint alleges that, had Pfizer properly disclosed the risks of type 2 diabetes when taking Lipitor, the plaintiff could have chosen to minimize her risk by not taking Lipitor in the first place or by closely monitoring her blood glucose levels to gauge whether Lipitor was adversely affecting her metabolism.

Study Links Lipitor Use to Development of Type 2 Diabetes

A study that was conducted by the University of Massachusetts Medical School and was published in January 2012 focused on the possible link between Lipitor use and the development of type 2 diabetes. From 1993 through 2005, this Lipitor and type 2 diabetes study focused on nearly 154,000 women with a mean age of 63. By the end of the study, researchers found that
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