Sunday, 1 March 2009

Raptiva Can Cause Brain Infections

Health is always a wealth for everyone no matter what their standing of living is in real life. For us, it's our number one investment because medications and hospitalization are really expensive especially at this time of financial crisis. As a meticous housewife and a woman of this house , I'm going to admit that I check everything first especially when it comes to medicines.

Speaking about health and the latest news about it, I just found out from this site http://www.youhaverights.com/dangerous-drugs/raptiva that Raptiva may put one's life in danger or at risks if you're using it. Immediately stop it and ask your family doctor or generalist to change it. Why? Let's just say that U.S Food and Drug Administration is investigating it and said that this drug can cause a serious brain infection called Progressive multifocal leukoencephalopathy or the so-called Raptiva PML. This is a very serious subject and you must give an eye to the drugs you have there at home if you have it. I've heard that 3 out of 4 patients are now dead because of Raptiva. Though they said that your money will be refunded or you'll be entitled to financial compensation for everything including medical bills, pain and suffering and other possible damages if your beloved family member suffered an injury because Raptiva. But for me, it's not the money that counts but the health condition of the person. So as much as possible, stop using Raptiva and be aware of the medications you're taking or you buy at the pharmacy. Make a research if that medicines you have will do good in your life. If you need help regarding this matter, I'll recommend you to contact Mark & Associates, P.C. because this office can and will help you. This firm is composed of dedicated people who'll help patients or people who are injured by dangerous drugs such Raptiva. Call them at 1-866-50-RIGHTS (1-866-507-4448).


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