|An NSAID that relieves arthritis pain, stiffness, and inflammation.|
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Celebrex is one of the leading drugs in treatment of long-term pain and inflammation. The drug is well known in the world due to its high efficacy and in comparison with other NSAID's low side-effects. In 2006 the drug made 2 bln dollars in sales worldwide. Who manufactures Celebrex? How does it work? Why do doctors all over the world prescribe it to treat inflammation? Are there any new possible indications for it? What do people who used Celebrex say about it?
Pfizer Negotiating Celebrex, Bextra Settlements
May 5, 2008 | Parker Waichman Alonso LLP Celebrex and Bextra maker Pfizer Inc. has begun to settle injury claims against the painkillers. It is estimated that between 7,000 and 9,000 Celebrex and Bextra cases have been filed by people who claim the defective painkillers caused heart attacks and strokes. According to a report in Friday's Wall Street Journal, lawyers representing Pfizer have indicated the company is willing to pay as much as $500 million to resolve all outstanding cases. read more ...
Celebrex in High Doses Linked to Higher Stroke, Heart Attack Risks
Apr 1, 2008 | Parker Waichman Alonso LLP Higher doses of Celebrex are a risky choice for patients with heart problems, a new study suggests. The results of this latest Celebrex study, supported by the National Cancer Institute, indicate that doctors should use caution in prescribing the prescription pain reliever, and should use low doses when they use Celebrex to treat people at a high risk for heart problems. read more ...
Ex Pfizer Sales Manager Indicted For Allegedly Obstructing Off-label Marketing Probe
Mar 14, 2008 | Parker Waichman Alonso LLP An investigation of Pfizer Inc. drug marketing efforts has resulted in charges being filed against a former Pfizer sales manager. The four count indictment alleges that the former Pfizer employee tried to obstruct an investigation into possible off-label marketing of some Pfizer medications. read more ...