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Actos and Actos Combinations are drugs used to to treat type 2 Diabetes.  They increase the body’s sensitivity to insulin.  Actos is also known as Pioglitazone.

The FDA has recently notified healthcare professionals and patients that the Agency is revieiwing data from an ongoing, ten year epidemiological study designed to evaluate whether Actos and associated drugs are associated with an increase in bladder cancer.  Additional studies show a significant increase in the diagnosis of bladder cancer when people have been prescribed Actos and Actos Combinations over a longer period of time and at higher doses.

The Wilson Law Office is reviewing all potential claims that involve a diagnosis of bladder cancer and the use of any of the following drugs:


Actoplus Met

Actoplus Met XR


If you or a loved one have taken any of the previous listed drugs and have also been diagnosed with Bladder Cancer, contact the Wilson Law Office today.   You can call our office 24 hours a day-7 days a week.   

Call (662) 533-9111 or complete the “Do I have a Case” form on the right side of this page. 

Someone from our office will return your call promptly.  If we think we can help you, an attorney or other representative from our office will come to you so you don’t have to travel.  Please visit our Home or Hospital Visit Page to see how to set up an appointment with us.

by Roberts Wilson
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