Accutane was a very common medication prescribed for Acne that
caused varies injuries. Lots of press on TV lately as a big case was just won. Accutane, a leading
brand of prescription acne-fighting medication, has been linked to devastating gastrointestinal complications in
many users. The drug, known chemically as isotretinoin, has been available in the U.S. since 1982 for treatment of
moderate to severe acne and has been taken by more than 20 million people, making it one of the best-selling drugs
ever. Sadly, many teens and young adults used Accutane to reduce the appearance of unsightly acne and suffered
severe injuries as a result.
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In June 2009, Roche Pharmaceuticals, the maker of Accutane, said
it was no longer making the drug due in large part to the increasing costs of defending lawsuits filed by users who
were injured by Accutane.
The use of Accutane has been associated with the following types of
* Inflammatory Bowel Disease
* Crohn's Disease
* Ulcerative Colitis
* Rectal Bleeding
From 1997 to 2002, the Food and Drug Administration received 85 reports of
inflammatory bowel disease it associated with the use of Accutane. In nearly all the cases, the
agency determined it was "high probable" or "probable" that Accutane had caused the patients to
develop the disease.
If you or a loved one has taken the acne drug Accutane and developed inflammatory
bowel disease, Crohn's disease, ulcerative colitis, or another form of gastrointestinal injury, we encourage you to
contact qualified, experienced, and aggressive legal counsel as soon as possible to evaluate your possible legal
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