Diabetes Drug Evaluation
Have you or a loved one taken Byetta, Januvia or Victoza? If you developed pancreatic cancer or pancreatitis after taking these drugs for diabetes, you may be eligible for financial compensation. See if you qualify for financial compensation. It only takes 2 minutes.
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* Did you or a loved one take any of the following medications?
* Were any of the following diagnosis made after medication was used?
* Based on your responses, you may qualify for compensation! Please provide more information about your diagnosis.
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