Originally published December 11 2003
Antidepressant drug causes liver failure, kills patients, but FDA refuses to issue ban
by Mike Adams, the Health Ranger, NaturalNews Editor
The antidepressant drug Serzone has killed dozens of people and destroyed normal liver function in at least 90 more, according to Public Citizen, which is petitioning the FDA to ban Serzone. Of course, the FDA is reluctant to pull deadly prescription drugs off the market (even though the agency quickly acts to ban herbal supplements), mostly due to the fact that the agency works hard to protect the profits of pharmaceutical companies.
Meanwhile, patients are dying from Serzone, and probably from other antidepressant drugs as well. If the FDA were actually interested in public health rather than protecting pharmaceutical profits, they would have already banned this drug by now.
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