Taxotere Hair Loss Lawsuit

Taxotere is an intravenous injection used to treat mostly breast cancer patients but can also be used for neck, head or prostrate cancers. It should be noted that women who are planning on becoming pregnant should not use Taxotere as it may harm the fetus.

Why Were Lawsuits Filed over Taxotere?

The lawsuits were filed to help patients recover money from the drug’s manufacturer for the harm they suffered after losing their hair. The suits claim that the maker of the drug, Sanofi:

  • Gave doctors illegal kickbacks for prescribing Taxotere for off-label uses.
  • Didn’t properly warn patients about the risk of permanent, chemotherapy-induced alopecia (hair loss).
  • Exposed patients to a drug that was more toxic than other alternatives.  
  • Trained their sales team to misrepresent the safety and effectiveness of the drug for off-label use.
  • Knew or should have known that the risk of permanent hair loss was much greater with Taxotere than competitors’ drugs. To get more details about Taxotere lawsuit, you can navigate to

How Lawsuits Can Help?

Lawsuits can help women recover compensation for harm they suffered after losing their hair. These damages can include:

  • Mental suffering.
  • Medical expenses, including counseling and therapy.
  • Lost wages or inability to work due to psychological damage.
  • Disfigurement.
  • Loss of quality of life.

The lawsuits can also help to ensure that Sanofi and other drug makers – market their products for FDA-approved uses only.