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Actemra: Does it heal or kill?

Actemra: Does it heal or kill? The U.S. Food and Drug Administration approved Actemra in 2010. The drug’s manufacturer, Roche, claimed it had no side effects like its competitors, Humira, Remicade and Enbrel. Actemra’s misleading “snake oil” claim was exposed in an...

Arthritis patients: Actemra can be dangerous

Arthritis patients: Actemra can be dangerous People with rheumatoid arthritis thought Actemra was safe. After it was approved by the FDA in 2010, TV commercials extolled its benefits compared to other drugs for arthritis, claiming it didn’t cause heart attacks, heart...
The FDA’s ongoing risk for Americans

The FDA’s ongoing risk for Americans

The FDA’s ongoing risk for Americans “All too often, patients and clinicians mistakenly view FDA approval as an indication that a product is fully safe and effective.” The new 2017 warning about the U.S. Food and Drug Administration (FDA) comes from Dr. Caleb...
Is your doctor making bad decisions for you?

Is your doctor making bad decisions for you?

An investigation concluded that doctors around the world are “basing life and death medical decisions” on studies the FDA knows are not credible. One example is Xarelto. Victims with uncontrolled bleeding caused by the blood thinner have filed lawsuits but the FDA continues to remain “mum” about the information.