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Several lawsuits were filed in California alleging that Nexium posed undisclosed risks of osteoporosis. However, all of these lawsuits failed (see here). They were dismissed on what's called a motion for summary judgment, which is a special motion where the court decides if there is enough evidence to allow the case to be presented to a jury. The court concluded that the plaintiffs lacked any reliable evidence of a connection between Nexium and osteoporosis.
Given that these lawsuits failed, it is highly unlikely that you will find an attorney wiling to go down the same path again. The risk is too great, both in terms of the amount of time the attorney would need to devote to the case, and the amount of money they would need to spend on litigation fees and expert witnesses.
Certainly, you can continue trying to find a lawyer wiling to take your case. But considering the history of tried-and-failed cases based on the same allegation, I think you will have a very hard time finding representation.
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