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When people are being treated for cancer, it’s common for their chemotherapy drugs to cause hair loss. This hair loss is supposed to just be a temporary side effect of the drugs with patients’ hair growing back in the months after completing treatment.

Unfortunately, the chemotherapy drug known as Taxotere has been linked to permanent and irreversible hair loss in its users, a side effect that was never disclosed by the drug’s manufacturers. If you or a loved one has suffered permanent hair loss after undergoing treatment for breast cancer, Taxotere is likely at fault and you may be entitled to financial compensation.

A class action lawsuit has been filed against the manufacturers of Taxotere. The manufacturers allegedly knew permanent hair loss was a result of using their product but did not disclose that information. The FDA now requires Taxotere’s packaging to warn of the risk of permanent hair loss.

Hupy and Abraham would like to help anyone who has been treated for breast cancer and has subsequently experienced permanent hair loss. Please download our FREE report, “Important Information About Taxotere,” if you feel you or a loved one were victim to Taxotere’s irreversible side effects and to see what steps you should take next to see if financial compensation is possible for your case.

The attorneys at Hupy and Abraham are standing by to answer any and all questions you may have regarding this class action lawsuit. You may contact us at 800-800-5678, or chat online 24/7 at hupy.com.

For more information visit www.hupy.com

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