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Sunday, August 30, 2009

SSRi's - "DO NOT STOP ABRUPTLY"

We are warned by the patient information leaflets and by the regulators to not stop SSRi treatment abruptly.

It would be nice if we had a choice!

Monday, 24 August 2009

Concerns over vital drugs shortage

Shortages of certain medicines is causing patients "extreme distress" and even seeing them admitted to hospital, pharmacists have warned.

Of more than 150 community pharmacies surveyed, nearly a third said patients had suffered because they had difficulty sourcing medicines including those for breast cancer, blood clots and anti-depressants.

One pharmacist reported that a patient had panic attacks waiting for the anti-depressant Cipralex, and another said the wait for the breast cancer drug Femara had caused "extreme distress".

In another case, a shortage of the blood clot drug Plavix had contributed to a hospital admission, it was claimed.

More HERE

Hat-Tip - Janice Simmons

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