About a year ago I wrote a quick blog post about whether Actos causes bladder cancer.  At the time, I wasn’t certain whether there was enough evidence to support filing an Actos bladder cancer lawsuit.

I’m now convinced that there is credible medical evidence that shows that Actos causes bladder cancer.  I’m therefore accepting cases from individuals who developed bladder cancer while they were taking the drug Actos.

If you have any questions about whether your bladder cancer was caused by Actos, I’d be happy to chat with you.  You can call me toll-free at 855-452-5529, or email me at justinian@justinian.us.  Either way, you’ll talk to me directly and we can figure out what your legal options are.  More importantly, we can discuss whether an Actos lawsuit might help you pay for bladder cancer treatments you might otherwise not be able to afford.

If you are concerned that you might have bladder cancer, but aren’t sure, you should consult with your doctor.  I understand that some signs of bladder cancer are blood in the urine, painful urination, and difficulty urinating.  If you’re taking Actos and have any of these symptoms, you should talk to your doctor.

You should definitely NOT stop taking Actos unless you first talk to your doctor about doing so.  Abruptly stopping taking a medication can cause serious health problems.  So if you’re concerned about the risk of developing bladder cancer from Actos, please talk to your doctor before you stop taking it.

Here is some more information about the link between Actos and bladder cancer.