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JPG
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PostPosted: Sun Mar 05, 2006 5:09 pm    Post subject: Re: What pharmicies allow no questions asked returns? Reply with quote

Quote:
why did you fill a prescription if it was never used or opened?

I dropped off the prescription and told them to fill
them and put charges on my VISA card

I didn't realize that Viagra is NOT covered by my
insurance! When I picked them up (via drive thru) they
had already paid for them via my VISA card and I didn't
open bag to see amt till I got home

Cost was abt $130 for ten 100mg pills! Ouch!

I tried taking them back but was refused.

I fucked up guys I admit

But I will be stopping the antidepressants soon.....
and would rather just do "without" and not use Viagra
till then.

I'm a starving adult college student.... working full
time and going to college full time at nights. And
paying for school myself. I could have use that $130
for tuition or books, etc
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JPG
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PostPosted: Sun Mar 05, 2006 5:09 pm    Post subject: Re: What pharmicies allow no questions asked returns? Reply with quote

Quote:
why did you fill a prescription if it was never used or opened?

I dropped off the prescription and told them to fill
them and put charges on my VISA card

I didn't realize that Viagra is NOT covered by my
insurance! When I picked them up (via drive thru) they
had already paid for them via my VISA card and I didn't
open bag to see amt till I got home

Cost was abt $130 for ten 100mg pills! Ouch!

I tried taking them back but was refused.

I fucked up guys I admit

But I will be stopping the antidepressants soon.....
and would rather just do "without" and not use Viagra
till then.

I'm a starving adult college student.... working full
time and going to college full time at nights. And
paying for school myself. I could have use that $130
for tuition or books, etc
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JPG
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Joined: 24 May 2005
Posts: 569

PostPosted: Sun Mar 05, 2006 5:09 pm    Post subject: Re: What pharmicies allow no questions asked returns? Reply with quote

Quote:
why did you fill a prescription if it was never used or opened?

I dropped off the prescription and told them to fill
them and put charges on my VISA card

I didn't realize that Viagra is NOT covered by my
insurance! When I picked them up (via drive thru) they
had already paid for them via my VISA card and I didn't
open bag to see amt till I got home

Cost was abt $130 for ten 100mg pills! Ouch!

I tried taking them back but was refused.

I fucked up guys I admit

But I will be stopping the antidepressants soon.....
and would rather just do "without" and not use Viagra
till then.

I'm a starving adult college student.... working full
time and going to college full time at nights. And
paying for school myself. I could have use that $130
for tuition or books, etc
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JPG
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Joined: 24 May 2005
Posts: 569

PostPosted: Sun Mar 05, 2006 5:09 pm    Post subject: Re: What pharmicies allow no questions asked returns? Reply with quote

Quote:
why did you fill a prescription if it was never used or opened?

I dropped off the prescription and told them to fill
them and put charges on my VISA card

I didn't realize that Viagra is NOT covered by my
insurance! When I picked them up (via drive thru) they
had already paid for them via my VISA card and I didn't
open bag to see amt till I got home

Cost was abt $130 for ten 100mg pills! Ouch!

I tried taking them back but was refused.

I fucked up guys I admit

But I will be stopping the antidepressants soon.....
and would rather just do "without" and not use Viagra
till then.

I'm a starving adult college student.... working full
time and going to college full time at nights. And
paying for school myself. I could have use that $130
for tuition or books, etc
Back to top
JPG
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Joined: 24 May 2005
Posts: 569

PostPosted: Sun Mar 05, 2006 5:09 pm    Post subject: Re: What pharmicies allow no questions asked returns? Reply with quote

Quote:
why did you fill a prescription if it was never used or opened?

I dropped off the prescription and told them to fill
them and put charges on my VISA card

I didn't realize that Viagra is NOT covered by my
insurance! When I picked them up (via drive thru) they
had already paid for them via my VISA card and I didn't
open bag to see amt till I got home

Cost was abt $130 for ten 100mg pills! Ouch!

I tried taking them back but was refused.

I fucked up guys I admit

But I will be stopping the antidepressants soon.....
and would rather just do "without" and not use Viagra
till then.

I'm a starving adult college student.... working full
time and going to college full time at nights. And
paying for school myself. I could have use that $130
for tuition or books, etc
Back to top
JPG
medicine forum Guru


Joined: 24 May 2005
Posts: 569

PostPosted: Sun Mar 05, 2006 5:09 pm    Post subject: Re: What pharmicies allow no questions asked returns? Reply with quote

Quote:
why did you fill a prescription if it was never used or opened?

I dropped off the prescription and told them to fill
them and put charges on my VISA card

I didn't realize that Viagra is NOT covered by my
insurance! When I picked them up (via drive thru) they
had already paid for them via my VISA card and I didn't
open bag to see amt till I got home

Cost was abt $130 for ten 100mg pills! Ouch!

I tried taking them back but was refused.

I fucked up guys I admit

But I will be stopping the antidepressants soon.....
and would rather just do "without" and not use Viagra
till then.

I'm a starving adult college student.... working full
time and going to college full time at nights. And
paying for school myself. I could have use that $130
for tuition or books, etc
Back to top
JPG
medicine forum Guru


Joined: 24 May 2005
Posts: 569

PostPosted: Sun Mar 05, 2006 5:09 pm    Post subject: Re: What pharmicies allow no questions asked returns? Reply with quote

Quote:
why did you fill a prescription if it was never used or opened?

I dropped off the prescription and told them to fill
them and put charges on my VISA card

I didn't realize that Viagra is NOT covered by my
insurance! When I picked them up (via drive thru) they
had already paid for them via my VISA card and I didn't
open bag to see amt till I got home

Cost was abt $130 for ten 100mg pills! Ouch!

I tried taking them back but was refused.

I fucked up guys I admit

But I will be stopping the antidepressants soon.....
and would rather just do "without" and not use Viagra
till then.

I'm a starving adult college student.... working full
time and going to college full time at nights. And
paying for school myself. I could have use that $130
for tuition or books, etc
Back to top
JPG
medicine forum Guru


Joined: 24 May 2005
Posts: 569

PostPosted: Sun Mar 05, 2006 5:09 pm    Post subject: Re: What pharmicies allow no questions asked returns? Reply with quote

Quote:
why did you fill a prescription if it was never used or opened?

I dropped off the prescription and told them to fill
them and put charges on my VISA card

I didn't realize that Viagra is NOT covered by my
insurance! When I picked them up (via drive thru) they
had already paid for them via my VISA card and I didn't
open bag to see amt till I got home

Cost was abt $130 for ten 100mg pills! Ouch!

I tried taking them back but was refused.

I fucked up guys I admit

But I will be stopping the antidepressants soon.....
and would rather just do "without" and not use Viagra
till then.

I'm a starving adult college student.... working full
time and going to college full time at nights. And
paying for school myself. I could have use that $130
for tuition or books, etc
Back to top
JPG
medicine forum Guru


Joined: 24 May 2005
Posts: 569

PostPosted: Sun Mar 05, 2006 5:09 pm    Post subject: Re: What pharmicies allow no questions asked returns? Reply with quote

Quote:
why did you fill a prescription if it was never used or opened?

I dropped off the prescription and told them to fill
them and put charges on my VISA card

I didn't realize that Viagra is NOT covered by my
insurance! When I picked them up (via drive thru) they
had already paid for them via my VISA card and I didn't
open bag to see amt till I got home

Cost was abt $130 for ten 100mg pills! Ouch!

I tried taking them back but was refused.

I fucked up guys I admit

But I will be stopping the antidepressants soon.....
and would rather just do "without" and not use Viagra
till then.

I'm a starving adult college student.... working full
time and going to college full time at nights. And
paying for school myself. I could have use that $130
for tuition or books, etc
Back to top
JPG
medicine forum Guru


Joined: 24 May 2005
Posts: 569

PostPosted: Sun Mar 05, 2006 5:09 pm    Post subject: Re: What pharmicies allow no questions asked returns? Reply with quote

Quote:
why did you fill a prescription if it was never used or opened?

I dropped off the prescription and told them to fill
them and put charges on my VISA card

I didn't realize that Viagra is NOT covered by my
insurance! When I picked them up (via drive thru) they
had already paid for them via my VISA card and I didn't
open bag to see amt till I got home

Cost was abt $130 for ten 100mg pills! Ouch!

I tried taking them back but was refused.

I fucked up guys I admit

But I will be stopping the antidepressants soon.....
and would rather just do "without" and not use Viagra
till then.

I'm a starving adult college student.... working full
time and going to college full time at nights. And
paying for school myself. I could have use that $130
for tuition or books, etc
Back to top
JPG
medicine forum Guru


Joined: 24 May 2005
Posts: 569

PostPosted: Sun Mar 05, 2006 5:09 pm    Post subject: Re: What pharmicies allow no questions asked returns? Reply with quote

Quote:
why did you fill a prescription if it was never used or opened?

I dropped off the prescription and told them to fill
them and put charges on my VISA card

I didn't realize that Viagra is NOT covered by my
insurance! When I picked them up (via drive thru) they
had already paid for them via my VISA card and I didn't
open bag to see amt till I got home

Cost was abt $130 for ten 100mg pills! Ouch!

I tried taking them back but was refused.

I fucked up guys I admit

But I will be stopping the antidepressants soon.....
and would rather just do "without" and not use Viagra
till then.

I'm a starving adult college student.... working full
time and going to college full time at nights. And
paying for school myself. I could have use that $130
for tuition or books, etc
Back to top
JPG
medicine forum Guru


Joined: 24 May 2005
Posts: 569

PostPosted: Sun Mar 05, 2006 5:09 pm    Post subject: Re: What pharmicies allow no questions asked returns? Reply with quote

Quote:
why did you fill a prescription if it was never used or opened?

I dropped off the prescription and told them to fill
them and put charges on my VISA card

I didn't realize that Viagra is NOT covered by my
insurance! When I picked them up (via drive thru) they
had already paid for them via my VISA card and I didn't
open bag to see amt till I got home

Cost was abt $130 for ten 100mg pills! Ouch!

I tried taking them back but was refused.

I fucked up guys I admit

But I will be stopping the antidepressants soon.....
and would rather just do "without" and not use Viagra
till then.

I'm a starving adult college student.... working full
time and going to college full time at nights. And
paying for school myself. I could have use that $130
for tuition or books, etc
Back to top
sanant0n@yahoo.com
medicine forum beginner


Joined: 16 Mar 2006
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PostPosted: Thu Mar 16, 2006 10:31 pm    Post subject: London Drug Trial Goes Horribly Wrong Reply with quote

London Drug Trial Goes Horribly Wrong
Six Men Sickened; Doctors Unsure of Their Recovery
By Stephanie Sy / ABC News

March 16, 2006 - - A man who took part in the drug trial that landed
six other men in a London hospital recounted the harrowing moments when
the participants sitting by his side fell violently ill.

In an interview to the U.K.'s The Sun newspaper, Raste Khan, who was
one of two volunteers to be given a placebo instead of the trial drug,
said the other participants reacted within minutes of receiving the
injection.

"The test ward turned into a living hell minutes after we were
injected. The men went down like dominoes," Khan said.

Khan says he witnessed the men writhing in pain, vomiting
uncontrollably, fainting, and hyperventilating.

All six of the men remain in the intensive care unit of Northwick Park
Hospital in London. Two of the men are in critical condition, while
four men in serious condition have shown slight improvement. The
patients have suffered multiple organ failure, leaving them in a
precarious medical state.

The eight volunteers were the first human subjects to be administered
the drug, in a clinical trial run by the American drug research company
Parexel. The drug was being developed to treat arthritis and leukemia,
among other diseases.

A statement issued by Parexel said, "An initial review at the site to
date has shown that best practices were followed and all of the
appropriate police and procedures were adhered to. Furthermore, we
commend the staff for their swift reactions with the volunteers when
the adverse reaction occurred. This type of reaction is extremely rare,
and is a very unusual event."

Complications Rare, Companies Insist

The Medical and Healthcare Products Regulatory Agency, the British
industry watchdog group, is investigating what went wrong. Among
possible reasons for the violent reactions are that they were given the
wrong dosage, took contaminated drugs, or experienced an unexplained
reaction that wasn't seen in the earlier animal testing.

Although complications sometimes arise in clinical trials, it is rare
that they happen this seriously so early in the testing process, when
only a small group of healthy people are given a low dose of the drug.
The drug was administered to animals in earlier testing, and the chief
of the German drug company TeGenero said there "[had] been no issue on
the safety of the drug on animals."

The lack of explanation is only compounding the distress of the six
men's families, who have been holding vigil at the hospital.

In an interview with the BBC, the girlfriend of one of the critically
ill volunteers said through tears, "This is a drug they have never
tested on humans before so they don't know what they are dealing with.
It's completely messed up their vital organs."

"I walked in, and I nearly fainted. He's a young, gorgeous, hunky guy.
.... And I walked out, and he was all puffed out like the 'Elephant
Man.' He looks like a 45-year-old man who's had a cardiac arrest,"
Myfanwy Marshall said.

Like tens of thousands of others, the men had volunteered for the
clinical test to make extra money. According to British press reports,
they were being paid up to $3,500 for the study.
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Wordsmith
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Joined: 16 Jul 2005
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PostPosted: Thu Mar 16, 2006 10:43 pm    Post subject: Re: London Drug Trial Goes Horribly Wrong Reply with quote

sanant0n@yahoo.com wrote:
Quote:
London Drug Trial Goes Horribly Wrong
Six Men Sickened; Doctors Unsure of Their Recovery
By Stephanie Sy / ABC News

March 16, 2006 - - A man who took part in the drug trial that landed
six other men in a London hospital recounted the harrowing moments when
the participants sitting by his side fell violently ill.

In an interview to the U.K.'s The Sun newspaper, Raste Khan, who was
one of two volunteers to be given a placebo instead of the trial drug,
said the other participants reacted within minutes of receiving the
injection.

"The test ward turned into a living hell minutes after we were
injected. The men went down like dominoes," Khan said.

Khan says he witnessed the men writhing in pain, vomiting
uncontrollably, fainting, and hyperventilating.

All six of the men remain in the intensive care unit of Northwick Park
Hospital in London. Two of the men are in critical condition, while
four men in serious condition have shown slight improvement. The
patients have suffered multiple organ failure, leaving them in a
precarious medical state.

The eight volunteers were the first human subjects to be administered
the drug, in a clinical trial run by the American drug research company
Parexel. The drug was being developed to treat arthritis and leukemia,
among other diseases.

A statement issued by Parexel said, "An initial review at the site to
date has shown that best practices were followed and all of the
appropriate police and procedures were adhered to. Furthermore, we
commend the staff for their swift reactions with the volunteers when
the adverse reaction occurred. This type of reaction is extremely rare,
and is a very unusual event."

Complications Rare, Companies Insist

The Medical and Healthcare Products Regulatory Agency, the British
industry watchdog group, is investigating what went wrong. Among
possible reasons for the violent reactions are that they were given the
wrong dosage, took contaminated drugs, or experienced an unexplained
reaction that wasn't seen in the earlier animal testing.

Although complications sometimes arise in clinical trials, it is rare
that they happen this seriously so early in the testing process, when
only a small group of healthy people are given a low dose of the drug.
The drug was administered to animals in earlier testing, and the chief
of the German drug company TeGenero said there "[had] been no issue on
the safety of the drug on animals."

The lack of explanation is only compounding the distress of the six
men's families, who have been holding vigil at the hospital.

In an interview with the BBC, the girlfriend of one of the critically
ill volunteers said through tears, "This is a drug they have never
tested on humans before so they don't know what they are dealing with.
It's completely messed up their vital organs."

"I walked in, and I nearly fainted. He's a young, gorgeous, hunky guy.
... And I walked out, and he was all puffed out like the 'Elephant
Man.' He looks like a 45-year-old man who's had a cardiac arrest,"
Myfanwy Marshall said.

Like tens of thousands of others, the men had volunteered for the
clinical test to make extra money. According to British press reports,
they were being paid up to $3,500 for the study.

These people, assuming they live (or their families if they die), will
be megarich after the lawsuit. No excuse for this.


W : (
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Robert
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Joined: 28 Apr 2005
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PostPosted: Thu Mar 16, 2006 11:03 pm    Post subject: Re: London Drug Trial Goes Horribly Wrong Reply with quote

"Wordsmith" <wordsmith@rocketmail.com> wrote in message
news:1142549019.716234.296620@j52g2000cwj.googlegroups.com...
Quote:

sanant0n@yahoo.com wrote:
London Drug Trial Goes Horribly Wrong
Six Men Sickened; Doctors Unsure of Their Recovery
By Stephanie Sy / ABC News

March 16, 2006 - - A man who took part in the drug trial that landed
six other men in a London hospital recounted the harrowing moments when
the participants sitting by his side fell violently ill.

In an interview to the U.K.'s The Sun newspaper, Raste Khan, who was
one of two volunteers to be given a placebo instead of the trial drug,
said the other participants reacted within minutes of receiving the
injection.

"The test ward turned into a living hell minutes after we were
injected. The men went down like dominoes," Khan said.

Khan says he witnessed the men writhing in pain, vomiting
uncontrollably, fainting, and hyperventilating.

All six of the men remain in the intensive care unit of Northwick Park
Hospital in London. Two of the men are in critical condition, while
four men in serious condition have shown slight improvement. The
patients have suffered multiple organ failure, leaving them in a
precarious medical state.

The eight volunteers were the first human subjects to be administered
the drug, in a clinical trial run by the American drug research company
Parexel. The drug was being developed to treat arthritis and leukemia,
among other diseases.

A statement issued by Parexel said, "An initial review at the site to
date has shown that best practices were followed and all of the
appropriate police and procedures were adhered to. Furthermore, we
commend the staff for their swift reactions with the volunteers when
the adverse reaction occurred. This type of reaction is extremely rare,
and is a very unusual event."

Complications Rare, Companies Insist

The Medical and Healthcare Products Regulatory Agency, the British
industry watchdog group, is investigating what went wrong. Among
possible reasons for the violent reactions are that they were given the
wrong dosage, took contaminated drugs, or experienced an unexplained
reaction that wasn't seen in the earlier animal testing.

Although complications sometimes arise in clinical trials, it is rare
that they happen this seriously so early in the testing process, when
only a small group of healthy people are given a low dose of the drug.
The drug was administered to animals in earlier testing, and the chief
of the German drug company TeGenero said there "[had] been no issue on
the safety of the drug on animals."

The lack of explanation is only compounding the distress of the six
men's families, who have been holding vigil at the hospital.

In an interview with the BBC, the girlfriend of one of the critically
ill volunteers said through tears, "This is a drug they have never
tested on humans before so they don't know what they are dealing with.
It's completely messed up their vital organs."

"I walked in, and I nearly fainted. He's a young, gorgeous, hunky guy.
... And I walked out, and he was all puffed out like the 'Elephant
Man.' He looks like a 45-year-old man who's had a cardiac arrest,"
Myfanwy Marshall said.

Like tens of thousands of others, the men had volunteered for the
clinical test to make extra money. According to British press reports,
they were being paid up to $3,500 for the study.

These people, assuming they live (or their families if they die), will
be megarich after the lawsuit. No excuse for this.


W : (


Not a given. Negligence must be proven first and simply because they
suffered is not enough to prove it. Pain and suffering is not proof and it
can only be taken into account for compensating the negligence. One could
argue assumed risk if no negligence is found and they would get nothing.
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