Byetta is a type 2 diabetes medication that comes in an injectable form and was introduced to the market in 2005. Effective as it may seem, the drug has dangerous side effects including pancreatic cancer – the very reason the manufacturer has been bombarded with lawsuits. Despite this fatal danger, doctors still widely prescribe Byetta
Topamax (topiramate), an anticonvulsant use to treat seizures and severe migraines has been linked to kidney problems, liver disease, birth defects in children who were born from mothers who have taken the drug, and suicidal tendencies. Topamax was approved by the United States Food and Drug Administration in 2012 and was originally produced by Noramco,
Enbrel, an FDA approved drug, is linked to several serious adverse effects, some that are even fatal, including risk of cancer. Enbrel is an arthritis injectable medication sold in the market under the name etanercept. It is approved to treat several types of arthritis including rheumatoid arthritis, psoriatic arthritis, ankylosing spondylitis and idiopathic arthritis. The
Viagra, known on the market as “the little blue pill,” a very popular erectile dysfunction drug, has recently been linked to fatal adverse effects including skin cancer. It was in 1998 when Viagra was first approved by the Food and Drug Administration to treat erectile dysfunction. The drug was originally used to treat heart problems.