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It is anticipated that a new study will soon be published in a major medical journal, suggesting a link between Lantus and a certain type of cancer. It is thought that the anaylsis will be damaging to Lantus and its maker. Lantus is an insulin drug, made by Sanofi-Aventis, used to treat diabetes. Documents from as long ago as 2000 point to theoretic possibility of Lantus being a cancer-causing substance. Lantus was supposed to be Sanofi’s second-biggest selling drug this year. Sanofi is concerned that any suggestion that Lantus is linked to cancer will negatively impact the public perception and use of Lantus.

If you have taken Lantus and developed cancer, contact Sheller, P.C. to discuss your potential legal rights. The Sheller firm has many years of experience successfully representing people who have been injured by defective drugs. People who have used Lantus and developed cancer may have a legal claim against Sanofi-Aventis for their injuries.


  1. Gravatar for michelle

    My daughter, now 14, was diagnosed with Type 1 almost 5 years ago. Lantus has kept her blood sugars stable, but I'm concerned with the recent accusations. Please tell me a little more than what I'm finding on the internet. Do we ever really know the truth? Now children are involved?

  2. Gravatar for sas

    please any one can give us the real answer regarding using lantus in children my child is 6 years and recently he is on lantus this is very important should we stop giving him lantus or not

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