FDA panel backs birth control patch despite risks
A panel of federal health advisers said Friday that a birth control patch from Johnson & Johnson probably carries a higher risk of blood clots than older drugs, but should remain available as an option for women who have trouble taking a daily pill.
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#1 Dec 9, 2011
The FDA is in Pharma's wallet pocket. Safety studies? What are those, and who in the FDA cares. They promote and protect Pharma from its victims when their mandate is to protect people from Pharma victimization
#2 Feb 10, 2012
Birth control patches like this may be helpful for those women who are not too compliant with other forms of contraceptives. However, this information must be relayed to the general public for proper guidance. The FDA should ensure that all users of this device understand the risks involved with this product. http://www.vaginalmeshlawsuit.com/
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