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There are recent lawsuits alleging that the manufacturer of Taxotere failed to warn doctors and their patients of the risk of permanent alopecia (loss of hair) associated with the drug. This falls under the category of complex litigation cases—something we’re experts in.
Taxotere is a chemotherapy drug used to treat breast cancer, and has been reported to lead to permanent hair loss. Ventura Law represents women who have finished their breast cancer treatment, took Taxotere as part of that treatment, and are now facing permanent hair loss.
To clarify, we are unable to represent women who are currently taking Taxotere and are unsure if their hair will grow back or not. Plaintiffs are seeking compensation for the physical and psychological harm caused by the permanent loss of hair caused by use of the drug.
If you have had chemotherapy and have suffered permanent hair loss please fill out the form or call us at 203.800.8000 today!