Seroquel Patients May Develop Diabetes

October 11, 2013

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At A Glance

This Alert Affects
Millions of people have been prescribed Seroquel since its introduction in 1997, and countless numbers have suffered serious side effects from this defective drug. If you are suffering from the devastating medical problems caused by Seroquel, or if you have lost a loved one to complications from this drug, you should contact a lawyer today for information about your rights.
Damages
Seroquel has been found to raise blood sugar while increasing insulin resistance. This may cause the development of diabetes, pancreatitis, diabetic coma, and ketoacidosis.
Company(ies)
AstraZeneca
Additional Details
Seroquel is a popular antipsychotic drug that works by balancing serotonin and dopamine, two major brain chemicals. It was approved by the Food and Drug Administration (FDA) in 1997.
Date
Seroquel has not been the subject of a recall to date.