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fen-phen

 (fĕn′fĕn′)
n.
A combination of two drugs, fenfluramine hydrochloride and phentermine, formerly prescribed for weight loss but withdrawn from the market in 1997 because of potentially dangerous side effects.
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But if this was supposed to be Carpenter's ``soul'' album, think Anita Baker on Phen-Fen.
With recent scandals related to the safety of drugs like Vioxx and Phen-Fen, there has been public criticism that the FDA's current efforts to monitor drug safety are inadequate.
The pair are in prison awaiting trial on charges that they, and a third lawyer, committed fraud involving millions of dollars after a EUR200 million settlement in 2001 with the maker of phen-fen, which was withdrawn from the market in 1997 after reports of heart disease and pulmonary hypertension.
Wolfe has worked on important litigation matters pertaining to asbestos, breast implants, Bentlate, Halcion, Prozac, Phen-Fen, and tobacco and smoking.
The Phen-Fen Weight Loss Program: What You Should Know'' seminar will cover the latest developments in this diet program and show you how to keep weight off for life.
From the first Phen-Fen cases, to Florida's infamous election litigation fighting for a recount, to the most recent class-action lawsuit against the manufacturer of Prozac, Freedland, Farmer, Russo & Sheller have proved both individually and now collaboratively that they are qualified to take on the most challenging legal causes.
From the first Phen-Fen cases, to Florida's infamous election litigation fighting for a recount to the most recent class-action lawsuit against the manufacturer of Prozac, Freedland, Farmer, Russo & Sheller have proved both individually and now collaboratively that they are qualified to take on the most challenging legal causes.
Coming on the heels of a Texas jury's $1 billion award to the family of a woman who died after taking one of the now banned phen-fen diet drugs, Freedland, Farmer, Russo & Sheller PL await a trial date for a strikingly similar case against Wyeth-Ayerst Laboratories.
Freedland is most noted as one of the first lawyers involved in the highly publicized Phen-Fen diet drug litigation and has since devoted significant efforts into successfully protecting victims' rights on this issue.
From the first Phen-Fen cases, to Florida's infamous election litigation fighting for a recount to the most recent class-action lawsuit against the manufacturer of Prozac, Freedland, Glassman, Farmer & Sheller have proved both individually and now collaboratively that they are qualified to take on the most challenging legal causes.
From the first Phen-Fen cases to Florida's infamous election litigation, fighting for a recount to the most recent class-action lawsuit against the manufacturer of Prozac, the firm has proven both individually and now collaboratively that they are qualified to take on the most challenging legal causes.