When FDA approved the Trasylol drug in the year 1993, hardly did it know that Bayer Pharmaceuticals Company had not informed the FDA about its adverse effects like kidney failure, heart stroke or even deaths. As a result many lawsuits were filed against , alleging that Bayer was well aware of the adverse effects and kept them under wraps for its own benefit. The filed litigations also pointed out that Bayer studied a pool of more than 78,000 patients in the duration January 2003- March 2006, and concluded that the risk of death was 64% higher amongst Trasylol users than amongst the users of similar medicine.

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