Please, I urge anyone who is taking Victoza to discontinue use immediately. My mother was just diagnosed with stage IV pancreatic cancer a couple of weeks ago and probably doesn't have much longer on this Earth. Last year she began taking Victoza for her type 2 diabetes. After taking it for 11 months she was taken off of it because it was not effective on her. A few months after discontinuing use she began to have abdominal pain and a general feeling of discomfort. After seeing several doctors (family, gastrologist, diabetic, etc...) with no results, she finally went to the E.R. where they gave her a CT scan. I'll never forget as I sat next to her, the doctor saying it was most definately cancer. I held her tight and reassured her that it would be ok and that she would fight through it, not knowing the severity of her condition. While researching her condition I began to come across many cases similar to hers and then to find out that there is a class action lawsuit against the makers of the drug was just a wakeup call. This is why I am searching forums warning anyone that may be affected. If I can keep this heartache from happening to someone else then at least my mom will not die in vein. She is only 48 and is very scared. She worries about my brother who is just 17, and me and my kids. She has been like a mother to her grandkids who don't have a mother and she's my best friend. The problem with our society is that everything is about money. The drug companies, along with the banks, oil companies, etc... own our government and are not there for the greater good of humanity. They are there with one simple agenda, you guessed it, to make lots and lots of money. Assuming my mother makes it out of critical care, they will most certainly make even more money off of her via chemotherapy and other drugs. I went to pick up her prescription for Tarceva, a drug commonly taken with chemo, and was told that her medicare would not cover it. The cost for one little bottle of pills, $5000!!! for a one month supply. Sorry got a little off the subject. In closing, DO NOT TAKE VICTOZA.