Syfovre™ is a drug that is injected into the eye to slow retinal damage from geographic atrophy (GA). However, some users may experience serious side effects from these injections that may lead to eye inflammation and vision loss.
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Syfovre Injection Linked to Vision Loss & Severe Eye Inflammation | 2023
Syfovre was developed by Apellis Pharmaceuticals to treat geographic atrophy, an advanced form of late stage dry age-related macular degeneration.
While the injections were approved by the U.S. Food and Drug Administration (FDA) in February 2023, a safety committee advising the American Society of Retinal Specialists (ASRS) sounded the alarm regarding dangerous side effects of Syfovre in July 2023.
The group found six cases of patients experiencing occlusive retinal vasculitis just a few days after their first injection of Syfovre. Occlusive retinal vasculitis is a type of inflammation that hinders blood flow to the retina and may result in severe vision loss.
The cause of these side effects is currently unclear, as Apellis Pharmaceuticals has not identified any issues linked to a specific batch of Syfovre.
However, members of the ASRS have speculated that transferring the drug into syringes for commercial use may lead to contamination or infection.
Patients and health care professionals should closely monitor for any serious side effects following a Syfovre injection. If you suffer
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Syfovre Side Effects & Risks
Syfovre injections are typically given once every 25 to 60 days. However, patients may experience occlusive retinal vasculitis within 1 to 2 weeks of their first Syfovre injection.
Syfovre medication and occlusive retinal vasculitis side effects may include:
- Blind spots (scotoma)
- Blurred vision
- Floaters or flashes
- Partial or total loss of sight
Unfortunately, vision loss caused by Syfovre may be permanent.
Pursuing compensation from a Syfovre legal claim can help victims with medical bills, emotional distress, and other costs associated with their injuries.
Who Can File a Syfovre Lawsuit?
You may be eligible to file a Syfovre eye injection lawsuit if you or a loved one:
- Received a Syfovre eye injection
- Experienced vision loss, severe eye inflammation, or other injuries as a result
However, you only have a limited amount of time to take action. State laws, known as statutes of limitations, restrict how long you have to file a legal claim.
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How to File an Apellis Syfovre Lawsuit
At Sokolove Law, our Syfovre lawyers can handle every step of the legal process for you, so you can focus on your health.
We’ll make filing a lawsuit as stress-free as possible — and we only get paid if we recover compensation for you.
If you have a case, your legal team can:
- Verify your eligibility to take legal action during a free case review
- Gather evidence, including your medical records and testimony, to build a strong case
- File your Syfovre lawsuit within any state deadlines known as statutes of limitations
- Negotiate a Syfovre settlement with the defendant(s)
- Present your case in a court trial if a settlement is unable to be reached
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Taking legal action against a large pharmaceutical company can be daunting. However, the attorneys at Sokolove Law have the experience and skills necessary to handle a complex product liability case on your behalf.
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Syfovre for Macular Degeneration Attorney FAQs
Who makes Syfovre?
Syfovre is made by Apellis Pharmaceuticals, Inc.
Is Syfovre FDA approved?
Yes. The U.S. Food and Drug Administration (FDA) approved Syfovre as a treatment for geographic atrophy in February 2023.
However, serious side effects of Syfovre have been recorded since the drug became available to the public.
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How much does it cost to hire a Syfovre attorney?
At Sokolove Law, there are no upfront or out-of-pocket costs to work with a Syfovre lawyer.
Our attorneys work on a contingency-fee basis, so we only get paid if we secure compensation for you.
Call (800) 995-1212 now to learn if you may be eligible to pursue compensation from a Syfovre lawsuit.