While blood-thinning medications may help patients live a more productive life, they may put those taking the drug at risk of a dangerous side effect.
According to ABC 11 News and an article on ABClocal.go.com, a lawsuit filed in Durham Superior Court names Duke University, Duke University Health System, and five doctors. They are accused of participating in a fraudulent clinical trial, and exposing participants to unnecessary treatment—including chemotherapy. The lawsuit alleges the clinical trial relied on the work of
New studies show that menthol cigarettes may be harder to quit, especially among minorities.
Multaq (generic name: dronedarone) is a drug used to treat patients who have a common type of abnormal heart rhythm called atrial fibrillation, or atrial flutter. In January, the U.S. Food and Drug Administration (FDA) warned that some people taking Multaq developed severe liver injury, including two cases of acute liver failure that lead to
Imagine having the opportunity to have children being taken away from you, and possibly not fully understanding the procedure that is taking place. That is the reality for around 7,600 North Carolina residents.
We have had a lot of concerned patients contact us with questions about the Duke University clinical trials that are currently being investigated by us, as well as by the national Institute of Medicine. The specific names and NCT numbers of the questioned trials are listed below. The numbers are important because they will be