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Class action lawsuit on levaquin
Levaquin is an antibiotic used in the treatment of infections that functions by inhibiting the reproduction of the bacteria.
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Levaquin and Avelox are some of the most common types of fluoroquinolone antibiotics prescribed in the United States.
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Diabetes Drug 2011 Class Action Lawsuit - Treatment & Care
Lawsuits against the manufacturers of the fluoroquinolone antibiotics Avelox and Levaquin have been filed in California on behalf of patients who were diagnosed with a type of nerve damage known as peripheral neuropathy after taking these drugs.
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