This article is part one is a series exploring the history of fluoroquinolone antibiotics viewed from a unique perspective trying to uncover insights on their propensity for harm.
In this article I refute the smoking gun scenario, discuss why some people seemingly do not have adverse events, reveal why Cipro damages the brain, why they are still on the market, and, again, reiterate just how horribly damaging the FQ’s are to mitochondria.
Recently, in July 2018, Dr. Bennett published a paper about Fluoroquinolone Associated Suicide to the European Journal of Internal Medicine with the assistance of the floxed community.
In an astonishing statement from the FDA, they acknowledged that since “Psychiatric Effects” will specifically be identified within the “Central Nervous System Effects” subheading, psychiatric adverse events are automatically assumed to be part of the existing Black Box warning.
Drug’s that can mutate DNA and create a disease process are downright scary. They start the ball rolling on a pathology that often appears later on..
It is promising that such a prestigious journal covered the controversy of the FQ’s.
After so many unremarkable tests, and so many years, some of the bigger pieces of the puzzle, for me, are starting to fall into place.
So the next time someone asks you ‘Why are these drugs still on the market?” even though you may not agree, you will at least know the answer.
Every once in a while I get the dubious honor of talking to a doctor who has been floxed. This conversation was a poignant example of dangerous the FQ’s are in our society