Prescription Drugs are Supposed to Help not Harm

When a doctor prescribes a drug to help you manage or overcome health problems, you trust it will be safe and effective. You certainly do not expect the drug to be more harmful than helpful.  Drug companies should not profit by selling products they know to be defective.

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Anti-Depressants (selective serotonin reuptake inhibitor): associated with various birth defects

Avandia: associated with congestive heart failure and myocardial ischemia

Baycol: associated with a severe muscle disorder called rhabdomyolsis

Bextra: associated with high incidences of heart attacks, strokes and potentially fatal skin conditions

Gadolinium: associated with Nephrogenic Systemic Fibrosis and Nephrogenic Fibrosing Dermopathy

Ketek: associated with cases of liver toxicity

Lipitor: associated with Type-2 diabetes

Ortho Evra: associated with blood clots and strokes

Paxil: associated with extreme acts of violent behavior

Phenylpropanolamine (PPA): associated with increase risk of stroke

Propulsid: associated with heart problems

Protamine Sulfate: associated with cardiac issues

Raptiva: associated with progressive multifocal leukoencephalopathy

Reglan: associated with Tardive Dyskinesia

Rezulin: associated with liver failure

Serzone: associated with liver failure

Stevens-Johnson Syndrome: associated with painful blistering skin rash, peeling skin, and blistering sores

Tequin: associated with hyperglycemia and hypoglycemia

Topamax: associated with child birth defects

Trasylol: associated with kidney failure, heart attack, heart failure and stroke

Tylenol: associated with liver failure

Vioxx: associated with heart attack, stroke, even death

Zelnorm: associated with cardiovascular events of stroke and heart attack

 

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