Wednesday, February 25, 2009

Beware of Dangerous Psoriasis Drug That Kills!

If you or your loved ones or your friends are suffering from psoriasis and are presently taking or still planning to take Raptiva, this post is for you! I don't want to elaborate further without telling you first the urgent news!

This post should not be ignored, as much as a confirmation from FDA about the drug's potential hazard should neither be set aside!

Although FDA approved Raptiva in October 2003, FDA has already issued warnings in recent years about Raptiva's drug packaging alerting doctors, including all medical and health workers and users. The advisories included informations on the high risk of progressive multifocal leukoencephalopathy (PML) from taking Raptiva.

For those users who have just started taking the drug, I suggest to stop taking it while it is still early. Why? Because Raptiva is highly linked to a rare but dangerous brain infection. Please read the link provided below.

In fact, 3 confirmed cases of patients using this drug are now dead and one case has a possible diagnosis of PML. All four patients has been taking treatments of Raptiva.

On the other side of it, if you, your loved ones or friends had developed PML or brain injury or if a loved one died as a result of Raptiva treatment, you may have the legal rights and be entitled to financial compensation for your pain, medical bills, suffering, including lost wages and can further qualify family of the victims for compensation for the wrongful death of the patient.

You can schedule for your free confidential legal consultation online or calling the phone number provided on the link given.