North Carolina Raxar lawyer

Raxar was prescribed to treat a variety of infections including pneumonia and bronchitis before it was recalled in October 1997. Raxar, manufactured by GlaxoSmithKline, was linked to a number of potentially fatal side effects. The drug was approved for use in August 1997. At the time, the Food and Drug Administration (FDA) did not require the manufacturer to include risks on the label.

Raxar side effects

Side effects of Raxar include the potentially fatal vernacular arrhythmia (heart-rhythm disturbances).

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Exposure to a dangerous drug can dramatically change your life. At the Law Offices of James Scott Farrin, we understand and are prepared to pursue maximum compensation for those injured by Raxar. You have the power to take back control of your life: A determined advocate with our firm may be able to help you explore your legal options. Contact our North Carolina personal injury lawyers today.

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