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Monday, January 26, 2009

Progresss is being made in getting the word out about fluoroquinolone poisoning

Dear Gary
Well.....we are making progress!!
Thank you for exposing this dangerous TRUTH. Today I can add decreased renal function (right renal mass), multiple sites of degenerative joint disease involving the cervical spine, hands and feet, Premature Ventricular Contractions (heart-palpitations) to the never-ending list of adverse reactions....life-changing conditions all because of an "antibiotic" that I took for a sinus infection!!
Could you please update your website with the information finally provided by WIKI?? This could really help to get the word out, surely save lives, and hope for a much-needed CHANGE within the medical community.

Thank you so much for the opportunity to expose the TRUTH. Now I just hope and pray for some ANSWERS.

Sincerely

~Shells~

"The adverse drug reactions (ADRS) to the fluoroquinolones have been associated with serious and detrimental effects upon the Multiskeletal System, Cardiovascular System, Central and Peripheral Nervous System, Circulatory System, Maxillofacial System, Endocrine System, Gastrointestinal System, Urological System, the Liver, the Brain, the Skin, all five senses; hearing, sight, taste, touch and smell, as well as the patient’s DNA, since the mid sixties (see Nalidixic Acid)."
As you will note, Wiki tells us that these horror side effects have been evident since the 1960's, yet doctors have knowingly continued to prescribe these for infections as innocuous as a sinus infection.  They continue to be prescribed.


For the letter I first received from Shelley, a person who was poinsoned by her doctos,  go here.

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Anonymous said...

I think it's fantastic that word is getting out that the FQ's are too dangerous to be used for the minor infections. However, there is another danger that may be even greater if we keep using the FQ's for minor infections...... That is: what do we use when bacterias have all mutated and no longer respond to the FQ's because we have over used them? Then what? It's not just a simple matter of inventing new and stronger abx. Dr's have a responsibility to use abx correctly and intelligently. They have not been doing this, and now we are seeing pathogens that will not respond to even the strongest FQ's! Dr's have not used good judgement in scripting abx and now we all are paying the price of people needlessly injured by the over use of FQ's and abx resistant bacterias. Dr's need to be watch-dogged because they are not responsible enough to do it themselves. The FQ's are an abx of LAST RESORT!!! Period!!! G.B.