Cialis in Brief

As a younger man, everything usually goes well, but there are evenings when something goes wrong. It’s unfortunate. You’re embarrassed but there’s nothing you can do about it. The next time, everything is back to normal. One failure does not mean there’s a serious problem. But should the failures become more consistent, that’s the time to worry.

"Weekend pill" or once-daily Cialis?

There are three drugs currently on the market for the treatment of erectile dysfunction. The one that arrived and made the biggest impression was Cialis. Within a few months, the word of mouth was already calling it the "weekend pill". Put simply, the single pill you take on Friday night is still in the bloodstream and giving you sexual performance on Sunday morning. There’s no other drug on the market offering you thirty-six hours of effectiveness for the price of a single pill.

But, of course, the advantages of this treatment for erectile dysfunction do not stop with the one-pill-as-needed regime. There’s also the once-daily version of the pill. For the man in a steady relationship who wants to be spontaneous, taking one pill a day gives the freedom to have sex whenever and wherever the opportunity arises. None of the other drugs offer this freedom. More importantly, the once-daily version is priced to make it the same as the as-needed version (assuming one use per week).

As always with a prescription-only drug, you should always have the problem properly diagnosed to ensure you treat not only the symptoms of erectile dysfunction, but the underlying cause. You want to stay healthy long enough to enjoy the sex. So always have a full check-up before starting any treatment with a new drug, particularly one like Cialis.

 

Houston, TX (PRWEB) October 18, 2014

Medicaid fraud attorney J. Mark Brewer of Brewer & Pritchard, P.C., today said a recent $ 56.5 million settlement involving allegations of fraud by Shire Pharmaceuticals LLC illustrates how a whistleblower’s action can make a significant difference.

According to a Sept. 24, 2014, U.S. Department of Justice news release,* Shire Pharmaceuticals allegedly violated the False Claims Act and was charged with unlawfully promoting five of its drugs: Adderall XR, Vyvanse, Daytrana, Lialda and Pentasa. Drug makers are prohibited from marketing their products for “off-label” uses not approved by the U.S. Food and Drug Administration. (The claims resolved by the settlement are allegations only. There has been no determination of liability).

The news release states that the allegations came to light as a result of two separate lawsuits.** One was filed by former Shire executive Dr. Gerardo Torres. Another suit was filed by former Shire sales representatives Anita Hsieh, Kara Harris and Ian Clark, according to the Department of Justice.

The False Claims Act’s whistleblower’s provisions permit private parties to sue for false claims on behalf of the government and to share in any recovery. The Department of Justice states that Torres will receive $ 5.9 million.

“At Brewer & Pritchard, we represent whistleblowers who step forward to shed light on wrongdoing by companies,” said Brewer, a Medicaid fraud attorney with 33½ years’ experience. “We know how difficult it can be to blow the whistle on a large corporation, and we commend the four people who decided to take legal action against Shire Pharmaceuticals. Their cases are about more than money. They’re about sending a message that the alleged unlawful behavior by a corporation will not be tolerated. If a company promotes a drug for uses not approved by the FDA, there is a risk of injury to patients. Hopefully, this settlement will deter other corporations.”

According to an Oct. 1, 2014, report in the San Antonio Business Journal,* states will share a portion of the Shire settlement. Texas’ share amounts to $ 4.78 million.

According to the Department of Justice, the agency has recovered more than $ 22.4 billion through False Claims Act cases since January 2009. More than $ 14.2 billion of that amount was recovered in cases involving fraud against federal health care programs.

According to a March 2013 report* by the Taxpayers Against Fraud Education Fund, titled “Fighting Medicaid Fraud in Texas,” Texas recovered more than $ 821 million between 2006 and 2012 for state and federal taxpayers through enforcement of the Texas Medicaid Fraud Prevention Act (TMFPA) and the False Claims Act.

“Whistleblowers have played a critical role in these recoveries, with over $ 800 million of the $ 821 million in total recoveries stemming from whistleblower-initiated cases,” according to the report.

“Clearly, the numbers show how important whistleblowers are when it comes to holding corporations accountable,” Brewer said. “If you suspect Medicaid fraud – whether you work in a billing department or you are an executive – we urge you to contact us for a free consultation. A whistleblower lawyer can protect your rights.”


Sources
The Sept. 24, 2014, Department of Justice news release cited is “Shire Pharmaceuticals LLC to Pay $ 56.5 Million to Resolve False Claims Act Allegations Relating to Drug Marketing and Promotion Practices.”

The Oct. 1, 2014, San Antonio Business Journal article cited is “Medicaid fraud case nets Texas $ 4.78 million.”

The Taxpayers Against Fraud Education Fund report cited is “Fighting Medicaid Fraud in Texas,” March 2013

** Court Cases

The lawsuits cited are United States ex rel. Torres v. Shire Specialty Pharmaceuticals, et al., No. 08-4795 (E.D. Pa.) and United States ex rel. Hsieh, Harris, and Clark v. Shire PLC, et al., No. 09-6994 (N.D. Ill.).

About Brewer & Pritchard, P.C.

Serving clients throughout Texas and across the country, the attorneys at Brewer & Pritchard, P.C. have a well-earned reputation for being knowledgeable, experienced lawyers focused on results. The Houston law firm handles a wide variety of cases, including Medicaid fraud, whistleblower claims, business law, corporate law, mergers, acquisitions and other legal issues. Our law firm discretely investigates every case and respect’s our clients’ privacy. Not certified by the Texas Board of Legal Specialization.

For more information about what to do if you suspect fraud activity at your company and the legal options available to whistleblowers, call (713) 209-2950 or complete the online contact form.

Brewer & Pritchard, P.C.

3 Riverway #1800

Houston, Texas 77056

(713) 209-2950

http://www.bplaw.com







 

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Santa Fe, New Mexico USA (PRWEB) September 13, 2014

Interest in Marcel Marceau, the world’s greatest mime, has been reignited as the 7th anniversary of his death approaches on September 22nd. Marcel Marceau, with his alter-ego Bip, demonstrated the power of silence, enchanting audiences around the world without uttering a word.

Surprising revelations about Marceau’s past and his love life are revealed for the first time in a new book by Paulette Frankl, “Marcel & Me: A Memoir of Love, Lust, and Illusion” (http://www.marcelandme.com).

For example, most people don’t know that Marcel’s real name is Marcel Mangel. He changed his name from Mangel to Marceau after his father was sent to Auschwitz, and was a war hero in the French Underground who saved countless Jewish children during WWII. Posing as a Scout leader, he marched them out of France and to safety in Switzerland.

In her steamy memoir, author and artist Paulette Frankl pulls back the curtain and candidly shares her story about passion, sex, show biz and the complexities of her 36-year love affair with Marceau. “Marcel & Me” is the tale of what happens when a young divorcee meets a seasoned superstar and accepts his invitation to join him on a one-week blind date.

“His audiences loved him as a performing artist,” Frankl said. “His fans will now come to know him as a man.”

“Marcel & Me” is available as a print book and e-book at Amazon (http://amzn.to/1xE9yUx) and Barnes & Noble.

Paulette Frankl is the author of Marcel & Me (http://www.marcelandme.com) and daughter of world-renowned Art Deco designer Paul T. Frankl, creator of Sky Scraper furniture. She has worked as a portrait artist, fine artist, a photojournalist and a courtroom sketch artist. Her courtroom art has appeared on CNN, NBC, CBS, ABC and Fox TV, and has taken her all the way to the U.S. Supreme Court. Frankl has also been a working magician in Las Vegas. Her first book, Lust for Justice: The Radical Life and Law of J. Tony Serra, has been on Amazon’s e-book bestseller list for over three years.

Contact: Paulette Frankl

505-820-6280 or 505-603-3260

Santa Fe, NM

pauletteart(at)mindspring(dot)com

http://www.marcelandme.com

Author available for interview at short notice.

SOURCE Lightning Rod Publications







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Eagan, MN (PRWEB) August 23, 2014

Midwest ENERGY Association (MEA) is proud to announce that six (6) energy delivery companies have received Accident Prevention Awards. This award is presented to MEA member companies having the lowest days restricted or transferred (DART) incidents during 2013. Congratulations to these companies for their outstanding safety records.

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