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Month: August 2018

Alopecia – The Side Effect Caused By Taxotere Drug

In the United States Of America every year millions of people are diagnosed with cancer. In a study, it was found out that about 1 in 8 U.S. women will develop invasive breast cancer over the course of her lifetime. For women in the U.S., breast cancer death rates are higher than those for any other cancer, besides lung cancer.

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As of now approximately there are more than 3.1 million women with a history of breast cancer in the U.S. This includes women currently being treated and women who have finished treatment. The drug manufactured by the pharmaceutical company based out of France – Sanofi Aventis called Taxotere, is a popular drug used in chemotherapy across the United States.

But with this drug, the patient will have permanent hair loss condition known as Alopecia. If you want to know more regarding Taxotere and how Taxotere hair loss lawsuits are helping people, you can visit this link www.taxoterehairlawsuit.com.

It is known to everybody that chemotherapy treatments have certain side-effects such as hair loss but those are temporary effects. Although the pharmaceutical company Sanofi Aventis is a multinational company and they marketed Taxotere in other countries with the warning of potential permanent hair loss, they did not give warning to the patients in the U.S due to which many people suffered from hair loss.

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That is why Taxotere lawsuits were filed against the company for their negligence in such a serious matter. While most cancer survivors value their lives more than their hair, living with the permanent side effect of hair loss can be both emotionally and physically difficult. Instead of complete baldness, many patients are left with patchy, irregular hair growth that can impact self-esteem and quality of life.

You may learn more here about this drug uses, side effects, studies and about the allegations on this lawsuit against the Taxotere drug company.

Know All About Resident Permit In Cyprus

Cyprus is an island in the eastern Mediterranean and is popular for the international Business hub. Due to modem legal and tax regime, it motivates people to invest in their business. So, if you want to invest in their business and want to stay there, then you need to apply for a residence permit.

In order to get the residence permit, then you need to hire a lawyer in Paphos who will guide you with the visa and immigration process. As per the law, if you are an EU citizen, then you will receive the permit easily by just filling the immigration form for formalities.

Cyprus Passport

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But if you are a non-EU citizen then you have to follow the procedure mentioned below:

  • Temporary Resident Permit: This is also known as a PINK SLIP. If you are planning to stay in Cyprus for 90 days then you need to apply for the temporary resident permit which is usually issued for the 1 year. You need to renew this pink slip within one month prior to your current permit.

This temporary resident permit allows you to stay in Cyprus as per the permit and you are not allowed to leave Cyprus for at least 3 consecutive months. Otherwise, this would lead to the cancellation of your permit and you will have to apply again.  You will get the permanent resident permit only if you have stayed on the island for the 5 consecutive years.

Permanent Residence

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  • Permanent Residence Permit: This is also known as the Category F visa which is a long-term residency permit for a non-EU citizen. For the Cyprus permanent residence, the immigration officer needs a proof that you have a sufficient income to live and your family is self-supported. You also need to show that you have been staying Cyprus for more than 5 years continuously.

With the proper documents and evidence, one can get the permits easily. Usually, these permanent permits do not get expired but if the person is absent for 2 years then it may get canceled.

 

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