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Haylen_WebMD_Staff posted:
The diabetes drug Actos (pioglitazone) already carries a warning about its risk for bladder cancer, and now new research suggests that this risk may be greater than previously believed.

Click the link to read more and please do not stop any drug or medication without consulting your doctor.

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brunosbud responded:
Gee...what a surprise...
 
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betatoo responded:
Many of the drugs used today are recent. We do not have the history behind them that something like Aspirin has. At the same time I have become very reluctant to take something under the control of big Pharma. All too many times we have found that something supposedly good is worse than the disease it was to control. One of the reasons I resist medication adamantly.


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