What is Type 2 Diabetes?
Over 20 million people suffer from Type 2 diabetes in the United States alone. It is the most common form of diabetes in the country and can be treated in a number of ways. People with Type 2 diabetes actually produce insulin, which is different than people with Type 1 diabetes, who produce no insulin at all. Unfortunately, although those with Type 2 diabetes produce insulin, their insulin is either produced in inadequate amounts, or the body is not able to use the insulin that is produced. People with diabetes often resort to prescription drugs, like Actos, to manage their conditions, but it has been recently discovered that taking Actos could be extremely damaging to your health.
If you or someone you know has developed bladder cancer or another condition after taking Actos to treat diabetes, you may be eligible for financial compensation. Contact the experienced Actos attorneys of Williams Kherkher today by calling 800-641-9810 to learn more.
Dangers of Diabetes
It is important for those diagnosed with Type 2 diabetes to secure treatment for their condition as soon as possible. Some of the possible consequences of not-treating Type 2 diabetes include:
- Diabetic coma
- Internal organ damage
Failing to treat diabetes can be extremely serious, and this is why many people turn to prescription drugs like Actos.
Contending with serious physical illness is not easy, but if you suffered as a result of taking Actos to treat your diabetes, you may be able to seek financial compensation through legal action. Contact the experienced Actos lawyers of Williams Kherkher today at 800-641-9810 to discuss your situation with our attorneys.