Johnson & Johnson and its subsidiary Janssen Pharmaceuticals may be rolling in revenue from sales of its new type 2 diabetes drug Invokana, but they may soon be rolling in lawsuits over Invokana side effects. Complaints include reports of kidney damage, heart disease and ketoacidosis, a condition in which too much acid builds up in the blood. One of the lawsuits was filed on behalf Cornelius Benjamin, a South Carolina man who allegedly suffered a stroke and kidney damage after he was prescribed Invokana. He died two months later, in June 2013. Alabama resident Robert Partington is suing because he claims ... Read More
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