The warning label for the antidepressant Cymbalta downplayed the risks of withdrawal effects, according to consumer lawsuits being filed in courts across the country. “An estimated 44% to 78% of people who stop taking Cymbalta (also known as duloxetine) will suffer from withdrawal reactions,” yet the warning label “suggests the risk is greater than or equal to 1%.”
The possible conversation of Eli Lilly CEO Sidney Taurel and his successor John Lechleiter on Taurel’s last day as CEO. Focus’s on Warnings of Cymbalta Withdrawal and the dangers of this horrific drug.
This is the best Cymbalta Video ever !
Why does Eli Lilly behave so badly ?
What exactly is wrong with those people ?
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How these cockroaches sell defective drugs to the public, cover up side effects and withdrawal reactions ect ect
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Snakes in Suits: When Psychopaths Go to Work is a non-fiction book by industrial psychologist Paul Babiak and psychopathy expert Robert D. Hare.
It’s crazy! I tell my Psychiatrist that I want to do a Diazapam taper (which he agreed to), but now he wants to put me on this. I told him that I’d have to do more research. When I go back next week, the answer will be a big fat NO!
I have no sympathy for Eli Lilly. Psychiatric drug adverts don’t belong on the tube any more than other scrip ads. The only good thing about their actions is that they made plenty of money for paying back out in settlements they richly deserve to pay.