Warning for Raptiva drug users

Sunday, March 1, 2009

Raptiva, a known treatment for moderate to severe Psoriasis has been linked to a rare but very fatal viral disease affecting the brain called progressive multifocal leukoencephalopathy (PML). The FDA had issued warnings and is currently investigating all other possible effects of this drug to the patients. For a complete information, refer to information guide of raptivapml.

Psoriasis is is an intermittent, immune-system disease marked by thick, red, scaly patches to appear on the skin's surface. It causes severe inflammation of the skin and joints and discomfort to the patient.

FDA reports suggest Raptiva may have caused wrongful deaths on three PML inflicted patients and serious side effects to many others as results of having undergone medication using this dangerous drug.

If it's any solace, the patients however, can seek help and obtain free legal review and advice of their cases from Mark & Associates, P.C. and can reach their lawyers by visiting http://www.youhaverights.com/dangerous-drugs/raptiva. If you know someone who is using Raptiva advise them to stop using the product. If there were side effects that ensued because of this drug, they can get help from the law firm to assist them in claiming financial aids for medical bills and compensation for damages on job loss, debility, sickness or death of a loved one.


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