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F.D.A. Says Merck Misleads Doctors on Safety of Arthritis Drug

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June 8, 2002
The FDA said that Celebrex must continue to carry a warning on the arthritis drug's label that it can result in serious ulcer complications.

Vioxx and Celebrex belong to a class of drugs called Cox-2 inhibitors that are used to treat individuals who suffer from osteoarthritis, menstrual cramps, or other acute pain. These drugs have recently been linked to cardiovascular problems, including heart attacks and strokes.

The Vioxx/Celebrex Information site offers a wealth of information on many aspects of Vioxx and Celebrex. We also offer legal information and resources for anyone who has suffered health problems due to Vioxx or Celebrex.


Helpful Resources

Two of the most widely used new drugs for arthritis may increase a patient's risk of heart attack and stroke and probably should not be used by people who already are at high risk for cardiovascular problems, researchers from the Cleveland Clinic report today.
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What is the controversy surrounding the two drugs?

A recent study out of the Cleveland Clinic noted an increase in the development of myocardial infractions, or heart attacks, in people treated with Vioxx, when compared with those treated with naproxen (a standard NSAID).
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