I have found, more often than not, that the FQ data trail leads us into areas where we do not want to go; areas that we would normally avoid, if it were up to us. Areas that are ugly inconvenient truths.
Using fluoroquinolones increase a patients risk of suffering serious, potentially permanent, and delayed onset nerve damage by almost 50 percent.
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.
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..
Recently an internal memo dated April 17, 2013, issued by the Food and Drug Administration’s Center Drug Evaluation and Research, Office of Surveillance and Epidemiology, was obtained through the freedom of information act shows the FQs in a damning light.
A simple three step action that logically links FQ’s to the ability to initiate delayed adverse "late effect" reactions. There are no grand leaps of faith or conjecture required to link the steps.