posted on Jun, 30 2013 @ 04:54 PM
The drug was not defective.
Skin began to fall away from her body and she was diagnosed with Stevens-Johnson syndrome, a rare and sometimes fatal reaction triggered by
This is the risk one runs when one ingests
medicine because a person in a white lab coat suggests they do so. The drug
companies cannot be held responsible because the
medicine is clearly labelled to have this side effect. Just read the 4-pages
of fine print provided by the manufacturer.
According to this disclosure, there is a small chance that this can happen. If it does, the patient is to see their physician to fix things. If it is
not fixable, that is not the fault of the pharmacy nor its
A pharmaceutical should not be sued anyway. They only make
medicine, convince doctors to recommend their
medicine to patients, and try to find ways to make better and more effective
medicine to benefit
society. Besides, they have paid many millions of dollars to the politicians in charge so they can make billions
If anyone hasn't noticed yet, the majority of this post was pure unadulterated sarcasm.