If you're looking for a dramatic example of the dangers of prescription
drugs and yet another case of bad medicine, look no further than this
story. If it can be believed, a woman's allergic reaction to a common
antibiotic caused her skin to start sloughing off. It should come as no
surprise that this condition is being reported as 100% fatal, yet this
woman miraculously survived.
I don't mean to make light of the
seriousness of such a situation, but I'm not sure I believe this story
is actually true. I'm skeptical that an antibiotic could cause such
dramatic and grotesque side effects, since most prescription drugs kill
their patients slowly, through less obvious effects. But even if it's
true, it certainly isn't widespread.
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