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  • More Adverse Effects linked to SSRI Celexa
    Nov-14-06 Avalon, NJ: According to testimony at an inquest into the deaths of Roxanne Richardson, 30, and her children, Luke, 3, and Grace, 20 months, an autopsy revealed that at the time of their murders, husband and father-turned-killer, Michael Richardson, had Celexa in his system higher than prescribed which may have caused him to become agitated and irritable...
  • Injuries and Death Reported in Patients Implanted with Bard Kugel Mesh Patch
    Oct-29-06 Murray Hill, NJ: On January 13, 2006, CR Bard, Inc announced a Class I recall of the Bard Composix Kugel Mesh X-Large Patch after receiving 24 reports that the device's plastic coil ring may not withstand the increased stress associated with certain surgical placement techniques. Davol, Inc, a subsidiary of CR Bard, notified US customers of the recall...
  • ReNu Recall: Not Effective Enough
    Oct-27-06 San Diego, CA "My eyes were inflamed and irritated and my family doctor told me to rinse my eyes and contacts more often," says Heather Jones. So I increased the use of ReNu with MoistureLoc ." That was in March 2006. Only one month later, the first lawsuit against Bausch & Lomb claiming injuries from its recalled ReNu was filed in federal court. ...
  • Lawsuits in Tissue Transplant case Increase
    Oct-11-06 Fort Lee, NJ The number of lawsuits against a New Jersey firm that illegally harvested tissues for tissue transplant surgeries is increasing. So far, eight lawsuits have been filed against Biomedical Tissue Services (BTS) on behalf of unwilling donors. Additionally, hundreds more lawsuits are pending on behalf of people who received the illegally h...
  • Uphill Battle - Warning Pharma Customers about Dangers of SSRIs
    Sep-29-06 Recent concerns about the adverse effects of selective serotonin reuptake inhibitor antidepressants (SSRIs) have focused on suicide risks. However, a new study published in the September 2006 journal, Public Library of Science (PLoS), reports that in addition to self-harm, the drugs can also cause some patients to become violent and homicidal. Professor...
  • Not All Tissue Transplant Recipients Recalled
    Sep-20-06 Centennial, CO From 2002 to 2005, Rebecca Crystal Frasier received three bone grafts. She didn't get a recall notice from Regeneration Technologies (RTI) regarding tissue transplants so she thought she was safe from tainted tissue. Turns out that her graft wasn't registered - the only way to get a recall! "I have learned so much from researching this...
  • Still Sore from ReNu
    Sep-15-06 Frederick, OK "I was so loyal to ReNu ," says Cari Ripley," that I used no other contact lens solution for years. Now I had better teach my daughter how to apply my make-up because my vision is so damaged and I believe it is from Bausch & Lomb contact lens solution." "My first mistake was that I went to a different eye doctor every year to have my vi...
  • Abuse and Neglect of Elderly Rampant in Nursing Home Industry
    Sep-12-06 Little Rock, AR In 1987, Congress passed landmark legislation aimed at improving nursing home care for the nation's vulnerable elderly population. However, a recent investigation by Consumer Reports found poor care in nursing homes is still extremely common, especially in the for-profit chains that have become the dominant force in the industry. The...
  • DES Miscarriage Drug linked to more Cancer
    Aug-20-06 Over the years, DES has been linked to various forms of cancer and reproductive problems in both male and female children born to women who took the drug. For years, it has been associated with cervical cancer and a rare vaginal cancer in younger women, but since 2002, studies have linked DES to breast cancer as well. Diethylstilbestrol (DES), a synthe...
  • Contact Lens Wearer seeks solution without Pain
    Aug-17-06 Since April, when the FDA recalled Bausch & Lomb's ReNu MoistureLoc, more and more people have been coming forward with complaints. MoistureLoc, their all-in-one contact lens solution, has been linked to Fusarium, a serious fungal eye infection that can lead to blindness. And while Baush & Lomb is now feeling the FDA recalls in their wallet with 2006 pret...
  • Guidant Defibrillators are Disposed Of
    Apr-5-06 The second time Burton Greene's Guidant defibrillator malfunctioned he was rushed to hospital, but it damaged his kidneys. The third time, he passed away. "He was only 60 years old and the doctor said he had many good years ahead," said his wife Lynda. Lynda Greene, Fredericksburg, Virginia: It was January, 2006. My husband came inside the house to res...
  • Reviewing ADHD Drugs - FDA Goes Through the Motions
    Mar-12-06 Some of the top-selling drugs of all time are those prescribed to treat attention deficit disorders. Drug companies have physicians in every field of medicine pushing these medications and dole out millions of dollars worth of free samples each year to make sure they are passed out like candy. A new ADHD drug is set to come on the market that supposedly c...
  • FDA Grants Guinea Pig Status To US Citizens
    Feb-28-06 "It is outrageous that, for all intents and purposes, the FDA allowed a clinical trial to proceed, which makes every citizen in the United States a potential "guinea pig," without providing a practical, informative warning to the public." The statement of outrage above was included in a letter to acting FDA Commissioner, Dr von Eschenbach, from Senator Ch...
  • Zyprexa Medicaid Gravy Train Derailed
    Feb-20-06 When Zyprexa was approved to treat adults with schizophrenia in 1996, Eli Lilly and the FDA knew about the drug's lethal side effects. Data from a 1996 six-week clinical trial revealed 27 deaths, 15 of which were suicides, and a drop-out rate of 65%. In his book, Mad In America, investigative journalist Robert Whitaker, reported that one in every 145...
  • SSRIs - Wonder Drugs From Hell
    Feb-7-06 The Glenn McIntosh family has to introduce 12-year-old Caitlin, with a photograph because that is all they has left. Caitlin committed suicide 8 weeks after being prescribed the SSRIs, Paxil and Zoloft. "We were told that antidepressants like Paxil and Zoloft were wonder drugs, that they were safe and effective for children. We were lied to," Caitlin's f...
  • Ford Explorers: Or is it Ford "Exploders"?
    Feb-7-06 Ford vehicles are still bursting into flames, often leaving little more than the frame. Some vehicles were covered by the recall and some were not. In one of the biggest recalls of automotive history last September 2005, Ford warned almost four million owners of pick-up trucks and SUVs of possible fires. Ford Explorers should be on its lengthy recall list...
  • SSRIs - Nightmares by the Dozen
    Feb-6-06 Gail and Rhonda Schmidkunz describes their 20-year-old son Zach as an "All American Boy," with no criminal record and no history of angry outbursts or losing his temper. However, this non-violent, law-abiding "All American Boy" is now serving a 35-year prison sentence for killing a friend after he abruptly stopped taking the SSRI, Zoloft. In an all too fa...
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