Take Action to Protect your Medicine Cabinet!

Generic drugs make up 80% of all prescriptions filled in the United States, and roughly 53 billion dollars in sales.  Despite that, the U.S. Supreme Court recently held in Pliva v. Mensing that generic drug manufacturers have no responsibility to update their warning labels when they learn of new side-effects.  As a result, generic drug makers cannot be held accountable, even if their drug injures or even kills someone. The Supreme Court left it to Congress to change the law.  

Read the real story of Camille Baruch to learn how the access of justice has been denied for generic drug patients.  

Congress needs to amend the law to allow both generic and brand manufacturers to be responsible for their drugs’ safety.  Send a message to your member of Congress today!