Wednesday, January 30, 2013

Dangerous drug against acne-Diane-35 Bayer used as a contraceptive.

Dangerous drug against acne-Diane-35 Bayer used as a contraceptive.

French National Agency for the safety of medicines and health products stopped selling "Diane-35" of the German company "Bayer" because it was thought that the pill Diane 35 should not be used as a contraceptive because of risks of thrombosis and pulmonary embolism.
 The drug is sold in Bulgaria for years.
German authorities do not allow its sale in Germany, it is sold in many other countries in Europe and beyond.
In the French media reported that the drug caused the deaths of four women, police said.
The newspaper "Le Figaro" was good, registered 125 cases of "unwanted and threatening" side effects of Diane 35 and its generics, in 37 cases the women were not fully restored the.
Last year in France he used the 315 000 patients and there are dozens of legal challenges to women in France who have been side effects.
 Bayer has provided € 200 million in the third quarter of 2012 to settle claims related to its other contraceptive - Yasmin / Yaz, which is also prevalent in the country.
Bayer has agreed to pay the other € 572 million to resolve a 3490 court case in which the pill has caused disruptions in the bloodstream of patients.

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