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Invokana Ketoacidosis Lawsuit

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1,100 Invokana Lawsuits Alleging Diabetic Ketoacidosis, Kidney Injury, Amputations And Heart Complications Now Pending In U.s. Courts, Bernstein Liebhard Llp Reports

1,100 Invokana Lawsuits Alleging Diabetic Ketoacidosis, Kidney Injury, Amputations and Heart Complications Now Pending in U.S. Courts, Bernstein Liebhard LLP Reports NEW YORK, March 12, 2018 /PRNewswire/ -- Invokana lawsuits filed on behalf of individuals who developed life-threatening complications allegedly related to treatment with the Type 2 diabetes medication continue to mount in courts throughout the United States. According to a February 22nd filing with the U.S. & Securities and Exchange Commission , Johnson & Johnson and its Janssen Pharmaceuticals unit have been named defendants in approximately 1,100 product liability claims involving Invokana, including hundreds of federally-filed cases that have been centralized in the U.S. District Court, District of New Jersey. Hundreds of additional Invokana lawsuits are pending in various state courts in Pennsylvania, California and New Jersey, while class action lawsuits have been filed in Canada. Johnson & Johnson has established an accrual with respect to the Invokana litigation. "Our firm is representing numerous individuals who suffered serious side effects allegedly related to Invokana, including diabetic ketoacidosis, hear Continue reading >>

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  1. SacrificialGoat

    I've been doing keto again since Thursday. I feel like I'm in ketosis, but my ketostix are showing negative. They're left over from a couple years ago, but they've sat in a sealed container since then. Am I wrong or are the ketostix expired?

  2. MissesDreadful

    Keto sticks do expire. Edit: it can be a couple months after you open them to year+. Humidity wreaks havoc on them.

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    The pack I bought had an expiry date of about 2 years after I got them. Expiry dates tend to be underestimated by manufacturers to be on the safe side. If they were kept dry/sealed and not subjected to any very hot or cold temperatures they should still work. They aren't very expensive though, maybe buy another pack to be sure.

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