Johnson & Johnson has recently settled 845 lawsuits against them claiming that the drugmaker did not properly inform drug users of the tendon damage linked with the drug Levaquin.
A recent Bloomberg article states that 845 plaintiffs have reached settlements with Johnson & Johnson concerning an antibiotic that users say led to tendon damage. More specifically, plaintiffs are claiming that the company did not adequately warn drug users that Levaquin was associated with an increased risk of tendon damage in elderly patients. The preliminary agreements should be completed in the upcoming weeks; however, the terms are being kept confidential.
The Food and Drug Administration (FDA) provides the following facts:
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