Whenever a drug comes on the market to enhance the lives of its consumers, the drug, more probable than not, does anything but. One such example is Lipitor. Known by its technical moniker Atorvastatin, was marketed and used to lower cholesterol. However, not long after the FDA issued a warning that this statin has been linked to memory loss and increased risk of type-2 diabetes, consumers began to file lawsuits. (Statins are a class of drugs that block the liver's production of cholesterol to reduce the risk of heart disease.)
The best selling drug of all time, with sales of more than $130 billion since it hit the market in 1996, more than 29 million people in America have been prescribed Lipitor. Unsurprisingly, this number suggests that there is a vast pool of potential plaintiffs.
Neural IT is able to prepare Chronologies & Medical Summaries involving records of patients treated for injuries caused by Lipitor.