Inc. was showered with numerous lawsuits related to its diabetic drug Rezulin. Rezulin is an oral anti hyperglycemic drug. It contains Troglitazone as its main active ingredient. Rezulin is used for management of type II diabetes or Diabetes mellitus. It is non-insulin dependant type of diabetes. Rezulin decreases insulin resistance. It makes muscles and adipose tissues more responsive to insulin. It helps to improve body respond to insulin. It controls blood sugar level by reducing sugar produced in liver. Troglitazone has been withdrawn from the U.S. market in 2000. Rezulin was originally manufactured by Warner-Lambert. Pfizer, the pharmaceutical company purchased Warner-Lambert, the manufacturer of .

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