Archive for November, 2008

Peace Corps Volunteers and suicide from Lariam. Lariam is chemically related to Quinolones.

Lariam and SuicideBy MARK BENJAMIN and DAN OLMSTED WASHINGTON, May 21 (UPI) — Mounting evidence suggests the anti-malaria drug Lariam — prescribed to Peace Corps volunteers, travelers and U.S. soldiers — has triggered mental problems so severe that in a small percentage of users it has led to the ultimate side effect: suicide. For the [...]

The Dark Side of Lariam

The Dark Side of Lariam. 60 Minutes news show http://www.cbsnews.com/stories/2003/01/27/60II/main538144.shtml

Newspaper article on Levaquin toxicity

I had a phone interview with Nancy Edward’s neice who is a journalist here on the east coast. Nancy Edwards is the movie director in Hollywood that took Levaquin and couldn’t walk. She is finishing up the Quinolone documentary called Floxed. Should be released in late December. Her neice was really nice to talk to on the phone. [...]

Cipro’s crippling effects

Exposed Workers Blame Cipro for Crippling Effects Westchester County Weekly, NY Exposed Workers Blame Cipro for Crippling Effects by Patrick Rucker – September 25, 2003 When an anthrax-laced letter was opened in the Washington office of South Dakota Sen. Tom Daschle on Oct. 15, 2001, Capitol Hill staff had good reason to panic. Ten days [...]

Harry’s horror story from FQVictims.org

   Seven years ago On Dec 13, 1997, when I was 35 years old and in excellent health, I went to the doctor for minor urinary tract discomfort that started to occur after making love with my wife, so I made an appointment with a doctor. I went to the doctor expecting him to perform [...]


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