Did you have an amputation after using the diabetes drug Invokana?

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More than 29 million people in the United States currently have diabetes.

Federal investigations into the safety of the popular diabetes medication Invokana uncovered serious side effects. Individuals injured by Invokana may be entitled to compensation. 

Invokana has been linked to amputations, ketoacidosis, kidney injuries and other serious side effects.

Recent studies show Invokana may double the risk of leg, foot and toe amputations.

Studies + Science

The Truth

The FDA issued multiple alerts about the safety of Invokana and other SGLT2 inhibitors. 

Regulation Recap

The Next Steps

Compensation for Invokana injuries may be available. 

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