Medtronic Infuse Treatment
Helping Victims of the Medtronic Infuse Treatment
More than 1 million people have had Infuse implanted in their spines, worldwide. Infuse is a product made by Medtronic that is intended to encourage bone growth at the site of a spinal surgery. Infuse is a genetically engineered protein that has been approved by the FDA for use on patients who are undergoing an anterior lumbar fusion. Of the many patients who have received the treatment, only a small percentage actually had that procedure done. Off-label uses, meaning uses not approved by the FDA, make up the vast majority of the market for Infuse.
At The Gori Law Firm, our dedicated attorneys protect the victims of harmful drugs and defective medical devices. We are committed to holding the makers of dangerous products accountable for the harm they do to consumers. If you were treated with Infuse and suffered side effects such as cancer, male sterility, unwanted bone growth or chronic pain, we can help you.
Questionable Practices At Medtronic
The concerns over the Infuse product have been compounded by allegations of falsified research and conflicts of interest. Medtronic has been accused of paying off researchers for favorable results, as well as violating rules about how medical products can be marketed. Some question whether Infuse bone treatments offer any benefits over traditional treatments that do not carry the same risk of side effects. So far, Medtronic’s Infuse has been the subject of more than 700 lawsuits, with many more expected in the near future.
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You only have a limited time in which to file a lawsuit if you have been harmed by an Infuse bone graft. The sooner you speak to a lawyer who understands defective medical device claims, the better off you will be. We work quickly to help our clients get justice. If you or a loved one has suffered injury because of Medtronic Infuse treatment, contact us online or call 618-659-9833 to schedule a free initial consultation.
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