Upjohn Co. allegedly backed out of development of the type 2 diabetes drug Actos in 1993 because of safety concerns, according to court testimony. However, Takeda Pharmaceuticals, the drug’s maker, urged Upjohn to say that it was backing away from the project because it didn’t believe the drug would be effective in the treatment of diabetes, an expert witness for the plaintiffs said. Randall Tackett, a pharmacologist and toxicologist at the University of Georgia, testified on behalf of plaintiff Frances Wisniewski, who is suing Takeda over claims that the Japanese drug maker’s diabetes medication Actos caused her to develop bladder cancer, ... Read More
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