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Has anyone seen this...Tasigna Lawsuit

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#1 jmoorhou


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Posted 25 June 2017 - 03:35 PM

Those who experienced Arteriosclerosis, Vessel Blockage, Leg Pain/Numbness, Stroke or Death while taking Tasigna are asked to take this short evaluation - compensation may be possible. No fees unless there's a settlement.

DISCLAIMER: The FDA approved this medication after it determined that the benefits of the product outweigh the known risks for the intended use. Doctors may prescribe this and/or any other medication to treat an underlying medical condition and stopping the use of any prescribed medication without consulting one's physician is dangerous. DO NOT STOP TAKING THIS MEDICATION OR ANY PRESCRIBED MEDICATION WITHOUT CONSULTING WITH A PHYSICIAN FIRST.

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Posted 25 June 2017 - 03:53 PM













Toxic drugs can save lives in the short term, but we need to be mindful of the long term. And of course - these new drug prices are only going to go up in price as class action litigation gets underway ...


The risks of Tasigna potentially causing heart disease (atherosclerosis) are well known (since at least 2013). This is no surprise. The prudent approach is to have your arteries scanned (carotid - others) for atherosclerosis progression while taking Tasigna. There is also pro-active things you can do to minimize - even reverse atherosclerosis - increase vitamin K2 in your diet to combat Tasigna's potential affects in this area:




Also need to make sure you have high normal levels of vitamin D (between 50-70 ng/ml) which works with K2 to manage calcium deposition:




(Appendix: and there are lawsuits for Sprycel and Gleevec too .... Lawyers need to make a living - no?


http://www.rotlaw.com/sprycel/ )

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2015 PCR: < 0.01% (M.D. Anderson scale)

2016 PCR: < 0.01% (M.D. Anderson scale) 

March        2017 PCR:     0.01% (M.D. Anderson scale)

June          2017 PCR:     "undetected"

September 2017 PCR:     "undetected"

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Posted 26 June 2017 - 07:06 AM

Its like this, don't take the drug and you are guaranteed to die, take it and you take a risk of dying.  Don't know about you but the risk of dying seems a lot better than guaranteed death.  


Funny thing about lawyers is they are all about to be replaced by automation.  




Those that own the law firms however will still be raking it in (or even more so in the future).

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06/2016 PCR: 0.070%

09/2016 PCR: 0.052%

12/2016 PCR: 0.036%

03/2017 PCR: 0.029%

06/2017 PCR: 0.028%

09/2017 PCR: 0.025%

12/2017 PCR: 0.018%



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