Who Are We?

Drug Resource is a patient advocacy group that is dedicated to protecting patients. We work hard to provide accurate and up to date medical information to help patients make informed decisions before they choose a course of treatment. However, when patients are hurt by defective medical devices and dangerous drugs, lawsuits are necessary for patients to get justice and hold negligent companies responsible for their unethical or illegal actions. We help patients evaluate their cases, understand if a lawsuit is a good idea for them, and put them in contact with experienced legal professionals who can help them.

Xarelto & Internal Bleeding

Bayer’s top earning blood thinner drug, Xarelto, was prescribed to patients to prevent blood clots and reduce the risk of stroke. The drug however may cause irreversible internal bleeding that can result in serious damage and even death. Lawsuits are now being filed against Bayer for their negligence in warning the general public and focusing more on profits instead of consumer safety.

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Power Morcellator & Cancer

The FDA has linked the use of the power morcellator to the spread of undiagnosed cancer to other parts of the body in women. A power morcellator is a dangerous surgical device used for hysterectomy and fibroid removal surgeries in women. 1 out of 382 women who underwent a power morcellation had an undiagnosed uterine tumor that the morcellator will seed into the abdominal cavity. This usually results in an advance or aggressive stage cancer in women.

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Viagra & Melanoma Skin Cancer

Based on recent research, it appears that there may be a link between Viagra use and the development of melanoma. It is known that melanoma risk is increased in Viagra users, but whether Viagra use is causing this increase is uncertain. One proposed theory for this Viagra-associated increase in melanoma risk is that Viagra affects the same pathways that are affected when melanoma spreads through the body. It has been suggested that Viagra may stimulate these pathways and make metastasis (spreading of cancer) more likely.

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