Working to Improve on Allopurinol, th...

Working to Improve on Allopurinol, the Standard for Gout

There are 3 comments on the New York Times story from Jun 13, 2009, titled Working to Improve on Allopurinol, the Standard for Gout. In it, New York Times reports that:

When it was approved in the 1960s, the drug allopurinol was considered a godsend to people with gout .

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Marion, AR

#1 Jun 24, 2009
This drug is not a GOD send when it causes patients to suffer from SJS..."known as Steven and Johnson Syndrome... This medication is dangerous....

Artesia, CA

#2 Jul 20, 2009
my husband has been suffering from gout for the past 6 years too and we tried everything from nsaids to other treatments but it was all just a bandaid and nothing long-term.

i stumbled upon a site that talks about this all natural totally guaranteed product w/no negative side effects:

you should read it - it's inspirational and it got me to order and my husband is so grateful i did. it's been 9 months now and he's totally gout-symptom free.

Istanbul, Turkey

#3 Nov 30, 2009
Zyloprim is taken to deal with gout, kidney stones caused by increased levels of uric acid and high levels of uric acid caused by cancer treatment.

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