Blood Thinner Class Action Lawsuit

 I am the exception rather than the rule!
Because I have been using aspirin (81m), for 30 years for Cardiomyopathy/A-fib.
Remember, Dr. Google does not have a license to prescribe medicine and neither do I.
Introduced as rat poison in 1948, Warfarin was obviously considered dangerous for humans.
A fortuitous failed suicide attempt changed that, and opened the doorway for warfarin’s entrance onto the stage of human affairs.


In 1951, a US Army inductee attempted suicide with multiple doses of warfarin in rodenticide, but fully recovered after being treated.

Why do people think Coumadin is rat poison?


However;
Eliquis Class Action Lawsuit
Warfarin Class Action Lawsuit
Coumadin Lawsuits
Xarelto Class Action Lawsuit
Baby Aspirin.
What Studies Show 
Since aspirin was discovered more than a century ago, it has played a major role in treating headaches, fevers, and minor aches and pains for millions of people. Now studies show that because aspirin thins the blood, it can also help to lower the chances of a heart attack or a stroke caused by a blood clot in the brain. But research has found it works only in certain people, specifically those who had a previous heart attack or stroke, or have disease of the blood vessels in the heart. It does not seem to work in people with healthier hearts and blood vessels.
Eliquis Class Action Lawsuit.
The blood thinner drug Eliquis (generic: apixaban) has been linked to an increased risk for life-threatening internal bleeding events, cerebral hemorrhage, stroke, blood clots and other serious side effects.
Xarelto Class Action Lawsuit. Xarelto is a blood-thinning drug that was sold for years without a reversal agent. Over 18,000 lawsuits have already been filed by people who were injured by severe bleeding, but not as part of a class action. Instead, they are individual lawsuits by people with their own lawyer.

https://traditionalistnews.blogspot.com/2019/05/blood-thinner-class-action-lawsuit.html

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