Amiodarone, also sold under the brand names Cordarone® and Pacerone®, are extremely dangerous drugs that were FDA approved for the limited purpose of treating recurring, life-threatening ventricular fibrillation (VFib) but only as a last resort after all other treatments have failed.
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California experienced a catastrophic wildfire season in 2017, with both the largest wildfire in modern history and the most destructive wildfire occurring within months of each other. On December 4, 2017 the Thomas Fire erupted in Ventura county and ended up as the largest wildfire in modern history, in terms of acreage burned, destroying over 280,000 acres in Ventura and Santa Barbara counties before it was contained. The Thomas Fire also destroyed over 1,000 homes and businesses.
The “off-label” promotion and marketing of drugs by the pharmaceutical industry is a huge driver of profits. Take Cordarone® for instance. Wyeth’s campaign to promote this drug for the treatment of Atrial fibrillation was so successful that Wyeth made an estimated $3 billion from this “off-label” use. As of 2007 and continuing today, Amiodarone is […]
The Thomas Fire, the largest wildfire in modern California history destroyed over 281,000 acres of Ventura and Santa Barbara counties, and continues to wreak havoc more than six weeks after it began on December 4th.
The narrative started almost immediately after it became evident the wildfires that began in the late evening of October 8 and the early morning hours of October 9 were going to be immensely destructive.
Amiodarone is the only drug in modern FDA history, to be approved for use in the United States without undergoing any of the required randomized, clinical studies to show a drug is safe and effective before it is approved.