U.S. drug agency investigating accuracy of Lilly's Zyprexa data

Full story: International Herald Tribune

NEW YORK: The Food and Drug Administration is examining whether Eli Lilly provided it with accurate data about the side effects of the antipsychotic drug Zyprexa, a potent medicine that has been linked to ...

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Apr 27, 2007
 
Shareholder Class Action Filed Against Eli Lilly & Co

The Complaint alleges that for over a decade, Eli Lilly knew of links between Zyprexa and extreme weight gain and diabetes . In addition, during the Class ...

WILMINGTON, Del., April 2 /PRNewswire/-- A securities class action lawsuit was commenced in the Eastern District of New York on behalf of all persons who acquired securities of Eli Lilly and Company

The Complaint charges the Defendants with violations of Sections 10(b) and 20(a) of the Securities Exchange Act of 1934, and Rule 10b-5 promulgated thereunder, for misrepresenting to investors known adverse side-effects associated with the use of Zyprexa, the Company's best-selling drug and by failing to disclose a systematic and illegal campaign by the Company to increase Zyprexa sales by marketing Zyprexa for unapproved, off-label uses.

The Complaint alleges that for over a decade, Eli Lilly knew of links between Zyprexa and extreme weight gain and diabetes. In addition, during the Class Period, the Company engaged in a scheme to market Zyprexa for uses that were not approved by the FDA, in violation of FDA regulations that proscribed such marketing. Federal and state regulators have commenced law suits against Lilly based on these marketing schemes and the Company has denied any wrongdoing....

That's right the INVESTORS are suing Lilly over zyprexa fraud

How does Zyprexa cause diabetes?

On July 1, 2002, Duke University issued a Press Release about the most recent finding that links the new anti-psychotics to early onset diabetes. The team of researchers--Elizabeth A. Koller, M.D. from the FDA, and Murali Doraiswamy, M.D. from Duke-- analyzed FDA's adverse drug report database, MedWatch (which receives 10% of adverse drug reports). They identified 289 cases of diabetes in patients who had been prescribed olanzapine (a.k.a. Zyprexa), Eli Lilly's most profitable drug.

The researchers reported:"Of the 289 cases of diabetes linked to the use of olanzapine, 225 were newly diagnosed cases. One hundred patients developed ketosis (a serious complication of diabetes), and 22 people developed pancreatitis, or inflammation of the pancreas, which is a life-threatening condition. There were 23 deaths, including that of a 15-year-old adolescent who died of necrotizing pancreatitis, a condition where the pancreas breaks down and dies. Most cases (71 percent) occurred within six months of starting the drug and many cases were associated with moderate weight gain."
End of Duke PR

So,it's "possible" that Zyprexa and the other atypicals may actually damage the pancreatic cells directly?
Scary thought!

Submitted by Daniel Haszard Bangor Maine Zyprexa diabetes victim who STILL has not been paid yet.

www. zyprexa-victims.com
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Aug 1, 2013
 
I took Klonopin and Paxil for 15 years to treat my anxiety disorder. I had to detox from the Klonopin this past spring. I got off the Klonopin and switched my Paxil to Lexapro (sex side effect issue). I am also a recovering alcoholic. My doctor did not want me on Benzo's anymore (says it increased alcohol cravings). I stayed on Lexapro only for 9 months, but my anxiety came back strong on just the Lexapro alone. I almost resorted to taking Xanax before I switched doctors. My new doc gave Zyprexa from http://z-olanzapine.com a chance. I am on my 7th day and I haven't felt this "normal" in 5 years. I take 5mgs at night and it has ended the "chatter" in my head, and removed my anxiety. Great medicine so far.
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Aug 17, 2013
 
Naturally, I am skeptical of everything online. http://z-olanzapine.com is legitimate. I placed my first order for the smallest amount possible. It arrived sooner than expected. I didn't pay the extra money for speedy air mail. I placed another order that was much larger and it came right on time. I will definitely use this company again for even larger orders now that I trust them. They also give you discounts every time you place an order which is cool. One thing to keep in mind is if you place a larger order, they will send half in one shipment, and then the other half after that to avoid customs scrutinizing your package. I am very happy, I no longer need to pay tons of money to see a doctor and therapist (and have them tell me a bunch of stuff I already know) in order to get my medication.

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