Helping Those Harmed by HIV Drugs Take Action

In recent years, some HIV drugs like Viread and Truvada have been linked to bone and kidney damage through recent lawsuits.

Even worse, drug companies like Gilead may have known their products were dangerous but withheld safer versions of their drugs to make more money. If you believe an HIV drug caused you harm, you may qualify for legal compensation.

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Tenofovir disoproxil fumarate (TDF) is the main component of many HIV drugs sold by Gilead. Though TDF helps control HIV, in high doses, it is toxic to the human body.

Recent lawsuits claim that Gilead knew TDF was dangerous even before Viread — its first drug to contain TDF — was sold in 2001. Despite this, they continue to sell Viread and other toxic TDF-containing drugs.

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Filing an HIV Drug Lawsuit

If you used HIV drugs and developed long-term health issues, you should consider legal action. Through legal action, you may receive compensation to help pay for:

  • Loss of income
  • Medical expenses and treatment
  • Pain and suffering

HIV Drug Lawsuits

As of 2019, nearly 150 people had taken legal action against Gilead. These lawsuits claimed some Gilead HIV drugs caused bone and kidney problems.

Gilead drugs at the center of HIV drug lawsuits include: 

  • Atripla
  • Complera
  • Stribild
  • Truvada
  • Viread

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Truvada has been at the forefront of many lawsuits brought against Gilead. For example, it was named in a multi-district case that featured 140 plaintiffs from over 30 different states.

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30% to 40%

of people who are being treated for HIV use Truvada.

HIV Drugs by the Numbers

According to data from Express Scripts, 15 of every 10,000 people with health insurance in the U.S. receive HIV drugs. However, drugs like Truvada can be expensive and may actually harm consumers.

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