Cranial / Psychiatric
- Anti-Depressants: Suicide
- Chantix: Strokes
- Brain Injury following heart attack
Failure to cool following heart attack can lead to permanent brain injury.
- Wrestlers & Brain Injury
The anesthetics contained in pain pumps used after shoulder surgery lead to Postarthroscopic Glenohumeral Chondrolysis (PAGCL).
Chest & Lungs
The Journal of the American Medical Assoc., found a link between testosterone therapy and heart attack, stroke and death.
GranuFlo and NaturaLyte can increase the likelihood of patients having a cardiac arrest during dialysis by as much as six times.
- Medical Device Failures
Many develop health problems because the hip device failed.
- Wright Hip Stem Fractures
- DePuy ASR and Pinnacle Hips
- Zimmer Durom Cup Hip Replacement Failure
Knee replacement devices are designed to last 15 years but many fail prematurely.
The FDA required manufacturers to warn of the increased risk of femur fractures after a task force concluded that the risk exists for these drugs.
In addition to an increased risk of fractures, prescriptions including Boniva and Actonel have been linked with Osteonecrosis of the Jaw (ONJ).
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- Actos & Bladder Cancer
- Anti-Depressants & Birth Injuries
Including: Paxil | Prozac
- Mirena IUD: Organ Damage, Infertility
- Pelvic Mesh & Sling Complications
- Prostate Cancer
- Zofran & Birth Defects
- Risperdal: Gynecomastia
Risperdal may cause the development of breasts (gynecomastia) in young males – leaving both physical and emotional scars. Hundreds of lawsuits have been filed showing Johnson & Johnson failed to warn of such risks.
- Pancreatic Cancer
Diabetes drugs (Januvia, Byetta, Victoza and others…) have been shown to increase the risk of pancreatic cancer in some patients.
- Medtronic Infuse Bone Graft
The Spine Journal recently reported that complication rates were 10 to 50 times greater than previously reported by doctors who received millions of dollars from Medtronic for downplaying what they knew were serious side effects from Medtronic’s Infuse.