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YazTalk Warns Women of Life Threatening Side Effects
Date:2/12/2010

Sokolove Law Launches YazTalk.com to Educate Women About Life Threatening Side Effects of YAZ, Yasmin and Ocella Oral Contraceptives

Wellesley, MA (PRWEB) February 12, 2010 -- Sokolove Law LLC, the leader in the reinvention of how people obtain legal services, announced it has launched YazTalk.com, a social web community dedicated to educating and uniting women everywhere who are suffering side-effects from the use of the oral contraceptives YAZ®, Yasmin® and Ocella®.

Kate Meredith, the YazTalk community host on behalf of Sokolove Law, encourages women to become knowledgeable about the health risks and discuss their symptoms. Kate’s frequent blog posts provide factual warning signs and health risks for women to consider. New users can ask questions of Kate directly, subscribe to periodic email updates and stream blog posts as they are added

YazTalk is specifically designed to leverage social media to ensure young women are informed and able to hear from their peers as they make decisions about their health. Some women may be in the early stages of information gathering while others are considering legal action or a possible Yaz lawsuit because of misinformation or misguidance they have received from the drug companies. Women who have suffered side effects or debilitating injuries may be eligible for compensation from the drug companies.

The YazTalk.com community empowers women and provides a forum for personal stories and candid videos, encouraging conversation via email, Facebook, Twitter, YouTube and the YazTalk blog.

“We have an obligation to young women who have taken this drug and are concerned for their health to provide them with the most extensive information outlet to share experiences, to let them know they are not alone in their concerns and to inform them of their legal rights when considering a Yaz, Yasmin or Ocella lawsui
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