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Cancer Treatment and Hair Loss

While chemotherapy has a known side effect of hair loss, most cases resolve within 3-6 months after treatment is finished. Several studies have shown that hair loss can have a direct impact on a person’s quality of life.

Did you experience permanent hair loss after receiving cancer treatment?

While, Taxotere, a cancer treatment drug has performed better than other drugs of its class in extending survival of breast cancer patients, it also leaves some with a permanent case of Alopecia. Did this happen to you? If so, you may be entitled to compensation for your condition and suffering.

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Pending Lawsuits

Taxotere was approved by the FDA in 1996 for treatment of breast cancer, non-small cell lung cancer, advanced stomach cancer, head and neck cancer, and prostate cancer. Sanofi, the drug manufacturer is not facing a growing number of lawsuits filed by women who claim the company never warned about the severity and permanence of hair loss. Get connected with an attorney who can review your claim for free!

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